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Appeal: Large residential development for Islington rejected


A planning inspector has upheld Islington Borough Council’s rejection of a proposal for a 112-unit residential complex owing to its potentially negative impact on the living conditions of surrounding residents.

The proposal, submitted by developer Parkhurst Road Limited, involved the demolition of existing vacant buildings on a former Territorial Army site and the erection of six building blocks with between four to seven storeys.

Inspector Terry Phillimore noted that the council raised no objection to the proposed architecture of the development, asserting that it represented an improvement on .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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