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30/03/2017

Appeal: Loss of Kingston hotel outweighed by housing gain

Kingston upon Thames

Plans to demolish a south-west London hotel and replace it with 19 houses and 60 flats have been approved, after an inspector ruled that more housing outweighed the loss of employment opportunities, given the council’s weak housing supply plan.

The proposal would involve the demolition of a hotel and 10 houses, and the conversion of 22 others, to create 19 new houses and 60 flats. After dropping its first two objections (concerning affordable housing provision and infrastructure contributions) at the inquiry, the Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames Local Council opposed the scheme on the grounds that it would cause the loss of........
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