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18/05/2016

Appeal: School-to-residential development approved

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Permission has been approved for the demolition of all school buildings at the former All Saints Roman Catholic School site in West Wickham, Bromley, and the construction of 48 dwellings.

Inspector David Prentis noted that the appeal had been made against the failure of Bromley Council to determine the application, but that the council had asserted that it would have rejected the proposal on the grounds of the loss of land for education use and inappropriate development in the green belt.

Various educational establishments had existed on the site since 1979, but after pupi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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