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Appeal: South-west London houses will make way for Lidl car park expansion

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An inspector has allowed plans to demolish two family-sized homes in Chessington to expand a supermarket car park despite conflict with the London Plan, ruling that the loss would be negligible.

The supermarket was built on the site of six family-sized homes, which were demolished when it received planning consent in 2009. It forms the ground floor of a mixed-use development, with 12 residential units on the upper floor, of which two are large enough to accommodate families. 

The appellant argued that if the current proposal had been carried out at the same time as the origi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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