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Appeal: Mixed-use development approved for Brixton area


Developer Lexadon Property Group has been granted planning permission for a mixed-use development of 10 commercial units and eight residential units in Brixton Hill, against the decision of Lambeth Council.

The scheme had previously been rejected upon appeal because of the “material harm” of the development's design coupled with the “serious shortcomings in terms of the safety and convenience of users, living conditions and servicing”.

The current appeal was submitted following the council’s failure to issue a decision within the statutory time limit.

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