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Appeal: Islington office conversion rejected as market recovers from Covid-19


A proposal to change mixed-use offices in North London to wholly residential has been dismissed after an inspector rejected the appellant’s claim that demand had fallen as a result of Covid-19.

LOCATION124 Aldersgate Street, Islington, London EC1A 4JQAUTHORITYLondon Borough of IslingtonINSPECTORJ E JollyPROCEDUREWritten representationsDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/V5570/W/21/3268745The appeal site is located at 124 Aldersgate Street within the London Borough of Islington’s Central Activities Zone (CAZ), Employment Growth Area (offices), and the Finsbury Local Plan Area.The appeal........
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