Casebook: Appeal cases - Housing: New build. Apartment block schemes fail urban design test

Two appeals involving the development of between 160 and 200 flats in blocks of between four and 11 storeys on a cleared site in north London have been judged to involve an excessive amount of building that would relate poorly to the local context.

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