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Appeal: Edmonton office-to-residential scheme qualifies as permitted development

Office conversion

The change of use of offices to form 21 apartments has been allowed in Edmonton in London, despite Enfield Borough Council’s view that the scheme shouldn’t qualify as permitted development.

Inspector Andrew McCormack noted that the council considered that the proposal does not meet the criteria of Class O of the General Permitted Development Order by failing to demonstrate that the building has been used as an office for 10 years through a certificate of lawful development, in order to establish the benefit of permitted development.

But McCormack noted that the appellant pro.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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