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04/02/2016

Appeal: Housing scheme design deemed complimentary addition to area

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Permission has been granted for the demolition of existing buildings, change of use from storage to residential and erection of 31 dwellings in Thornton Heath, Surrey.

Inspector L Gibbons noted that the appeal site was located within a predominantly residential area with a very mixed housing style.

Croydon Council indicated during appeal proceedings that the principle of development including the loss of employment use is acceptable; rather, it found issue with the fact that the development would not be “cohesive”, and would have a “fragmented bui.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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