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01/03/2019

Appeal: Modernist Hampstead home saved from demolition

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A modernist home in Hampstead, previously owned by Baroness Serota, the late British Government minister and Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords, will not be demolished to make way for an ‘overly confident’ Arts & Crafts-style replacement, an inspector has ruled.

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