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30/03/2017

Appeal: Digital advertising screens allowed despite conservation area statement

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An inspector has given permission for a digital advertising screen in the London conservation area of Newington Green, despite a local authority statement from 2014 that expressly prohibits them.

The double-sided screen is capable of displaying both static and dynamic content, and can be overridden by Transport for London to display public service announcements in case of an emergency. It would have replaced an existing traditional advertising board that forms part of a bus stop in the Newington Green conservation area in Islington, North London.

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