Benefits of new school at former police station outweigh harm to heritage assets

A new primary school at a grade II listed, former police station in east London was allowed in a recovered appeal by the secretary of state, for the public benefits of securing a new use in support of the long term conservation of the heritage asset and advancing equality of opportunity and improving educational choice, being greater than the less than substantial harm to the significance of the listed building.

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