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Appeal: Hammersmith advertising hoarding secures permission

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Planning permission has been granted for a 48-sheet LED advertising hoarding on the side of an electricity substation in Hammersmith.

The proposed advert would be sited on the predominantly blank, brick-faced, rear elevation of an electricity sub-station, which faces the A4, and is sandwiched between the multi-lane highway and the London Underground track heading into Baron’s Court Station.

The sub-station is situated within, but on the boundary of the Baron’s Court Conservation Area, which comprises predomi.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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