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30/04/2021

Appeal: Sorting office redevelopment would not be of high quality

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Plans to replace a former postal sorting office in Harrow with a six-storey building offering 60 flats and commercial space were rejected by an inspector, who found that the scheme ‘would not achieve a high-quality building’ or be an appropriate use of the site.

LOCATIONHarrowAUTHORITYHarrow Borough CouncilINSPECTORMartin WhiteheadPROCEDUREVirtual inquiryDECISIONDismissedREFERENCEAPP/M5450/W/20/3258864The appeal concerned a former Royal Mail sorting office in Harrow, which has stood vacant since 2019. The appellant, R C Watson & Co, had sought permission to replace the building with a new six-storey development offering 60 flats and 880 square........
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