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Appeal: Two extra storeys allowed for triple tower development

Edgware Road

An inspector has allowed an appeal for two extra storeys to be added to plans for a three-tower development on Edgware Road, London.

The original plans, submitted and initially dismissed in 2015, proposed the demolition of Imperial House, a vacant former retail showroom with office space above, and construction of three towers of various heights – 16, seven and three storeys – in its place to house 81 flats and 815 square metres of office space.

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