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23/02/2017

Appeal: LCD advertising displays ruled too visually disruptive

A bus stop LCD advertising screen, like the ones proposed for London.

Proposals for two digital advertising displays in London and one in Peterborough have been dismissed this week, as they were ruled too visually disruptive to both to highway safety and amenity.

In North London, outdoor advertising agency JCDecaux had its proposal for two 84-inch digital screens to be constructed as part of existing bus stops refused by Inspector D Cramond. Both screens were to be located in the Muswell Hill conservation area, in two locations of notable amenity – one outside a listed 1930s cinema, and the other near an attractive 1930s row of shops and a church......Sign Up or Login to read full article

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