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19/01/2022

Appeal: Hillingdon mixed-use scheme blocked for failing flooding test

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An application to build 233 flats and a health centre in West London has been rejected after an inspector decided the developer failed the sequential test on flooding.

LOCATION217 High Street, Yiewsley West Drayton UB7 7GNAUTHORITYLondon Borough of HillingdonINSPECTORGuy DaviesPROCEDUREInquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/R5510/W/21/3279371Taylor Wimpey West London had appealed against the refusal by the London Borough of Hillingdon of its scheme at West Drayton. The majority of the site, which adjoins the Grand Union Canal, lies within Flood Zone 2 as........
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