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Appeal: New-build with retained façade would not harm London conservation area

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Plans to demolish and replace a building whilst retaining its historic façade will go ahead after an inspector ruled the replacement building's roof design would not harm the appearance of the Harley Street conservation area in West London.

The building, comprising four storeys of residential use and a basement, has been designated an “unlisted building of merit”. It is situated within the Harley Street conservation area in Marylebone, known since the 19th century for its private medical specialists.

Planning permission was granted in 2016 for demolition and redevelopment to form a dwelling behind a façade. The .....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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