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Appeal: Plan to replace Redhill warehouses with apartment blocks approved

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An inspector has allowed plans to demolish four warehouses occupied by various businesses and replace them with four residential blocks containing 48 apartments after finding the proposal would not harm the area’s character.

The appeal site is an industrial estate on the southern edge of Redhill, bound on one side by the London to Brighton railway. There are currently four warehouses on the site, occupied by various businesses including a motorcycle repair workshop, a glazing business and a metalworks.

Reigate and Banstead Borough Council originally rejected the proposal on the grounds that it would mean loss.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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