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Appeal: Fulham Town Hall redevelopment would harm historical significance


An inspector has dismissed plans to redevelop grade II* listed Fulham Town Hall, ruling that harm to the building's historical interest would outweigh various public benefits of the scheme.

The building, opposite Fulham Broadway underground station, was built in 1890 and enlarged in 1905 and 1934. It ceased use as a town hall in 1965 and has had various uses since, including council offices and a temporary film set. Inspector David Nicholson noted its high-quality baroque façade and interior fittings, along with its symbolic role in reflecting "the democratisation of London .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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