Inspector backs central London underground hotel despite air quality concerns

An inspector has approved plans for a 166-bedroom underground hotel in central London after he overruled the local council's air quality concerns and concluded that the proposal would provide adequate environmental conditions for future occupiers.

by Michael Donnelly
Great Russell Street: hotel would replace existing underground carpark
Great Russell Street: hotel would replace existing underground carpark

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