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01/11/2017

Appeal: Double appeal approval for conversion of office under GPDO

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Worley Parsons, Brentford

An inspector has granted prior approval for two similar schemes to convert a large office in Brentford to flats under GPDO rules, despite concerns over its location next to the busy M4.

The 10,665 square foot building, currently occupied by oil and gas services company Worley Parsons, was constructed in 2000. In September 2016, an application was submitted by Galliard Homes proposing the conversion of the building into 213 flats under general permitted development rules. Following Hounslow Borough Council's refusal of the scheme, another application was submitted in F.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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