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Appeal: Enforcement upheld against ‘thriving creative hub’

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An inspector has reluctantly upheld enforcement action against a ‘successful and thriving artistic community’ in Tottenham despite noting that it was ‘a more attractive place to live’ than many flat conversions he had seen, noting that it was ‘a shame’ the use could not be controlled through conditions.

LOCATIONTottenhamAUTHORITYHaringey Borough CouncilINSPECTORSimon HandPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONNotice upheldREFERENCEAPP/Y5420/C/19/3226931The appeal concerned two units of a business centre in an industrial area of Tottenham, North London. The appellant began renting one of the units in 2010 as a base for his younger brother’s band. By 2012, he had taken on a neighbouring unit and installed........
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