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23/10/2019

Appeal: Pink paint in conservation area is ‘neither bright nor gaudy’

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The unauthorised painting of a house in St John’s Wood has received retrospective permission, after an inspector ruled that the ‘delicate’ pink shade of Farrow & Ball paint used was ‘harmonious’ with its surroundings.

LOCATIONSt John's WoodAUTHORITYCity of Westminster CouncilINSPECTORRachael PipkinPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/X5990/W/19/3233131The appeal concerned a detached house occupying a prominent corner plot in St John’s Wood, North London. The site falls within the St John’s Wood conservation area, which is characterised by “imposing detached and semi-detached villas” dating........
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