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Appeal: London ballet school’s controversial expansion approved


An inspector has allowed plans to add a large rear extension and basement to the listed London Russian Ballet School in Clapham, citing excellent design and benefit to the community in overturning a controversial council decision.

The school, operated as a charity, uses its fee receipts to cross-fund subsidies to underprivileged children and runs a successful outreach programme. Founded in 2004, it has a working relationship with the famous Bolshoi Ballet and has been described as "world-class". To continue to teach ballet at the highest level, it submitted plans to enhance its facilities with a rear extension,.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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