Contamination risk assessment not justified for office conversion to dwelling

A raft of conditions imposed on prior approval under Class O of Part 3 to Schedule 2 of the GPDO 2015 for the conversion of a ground floor office building to a dwelling in south-west London, which stipulated the submission of a contamination risk assessment and any remediation, were deleted an Inspector concluding they were unnecessary.

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