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27/01/2022

Appeal: Inspector rejects London Underground homes for failing local needs

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Plans to build 52 affordable flats at a London Underground station car park have been dismissed after an inspector decided the scheme did not meet local housing needs.

LOCATIONCar park next to Sudbury Town Station, Station Approach, Wembley HA0 2LAAUTHORITYLondon Borough of BrentINSPECTORJohn DowsettPROCEDUREHearingDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/T5150/W/20/3264704Pocket Living Sudbury Ltd had challenged the London Borough of Brent’s refusal of its application to build two residential blocks of one bedroom flats at a car park next to Sudbury Town Underground........
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