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Called-in: Jenrick sides with Khan over Brentford regeneration scheme

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In approving plans for 462 new homes in Gunnersbury, the housing secretary sided with the Mayor of London, who overturned the council’s refusal of the scheme despite heritage concerns after the developer agreed to provide more affordable housing.

LOCATIONGunnersburyAUTHORITYHounslow Borough CouncilINSPECTORJonathan PricePROCEDURECalled-in decisionDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/G6100/V/19/3226914The decision concerned just under a hectare of industrial land in Brentford, West London, known as the ‘Citroën site’. The site is currently occupied by a car dealership and workshop.The M4 motorway lies to the north, while Kew Bridge train station........
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