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20/11/2019

Appeal: Inspector admits policy dilemma in allowing Hillingdon flats conversion

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Permission has been granted for the change of use of first-floor flats to a restaurant in West Drayton after an inspector acknowledged planning policies ‘pull in different directions’.

LOCATIONCarter House, Colham Mill RoadAUTHORITYLondon Borough of HillingdonINSPECTORS HarleyPROCEDUREWritten representationsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/R5510/W/19/3235623 The appeal concerned the first floor of a building that has a restaurant/café on the ground floor. The use of the first floor had previously changed from offices to three studio self-contained flats – class C3 under permitted........
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