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Appeal: Flats approved in Barnet after application amendment

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An amended proposal to demolish a non-designated heritage asset and construct a block of eight flats in Barnet has been allowed after the original scheme comprising nine flats was deemed harmful to the character of the area.

The existing building, which features a sash window, detailing on its gable and a date plaque, was judged by Barnet Council to have enough historical interest to be a non-designated heritage asset. Inspector Helen Cassini afforded some weight to this, but ruled that because of the “significant alterations” it had undergone it held only limited local interest.

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