Requirement to tile new wall in like-for-like fashion would harm heritage asset

The variation of a listed building consent for a new partition wall at a former retail unit in southwest London was allowed, the condition requiring the wall to be tiled being found unreasonable and harmful to the historic significance of the heritage asset.

200-005-795 (Image Credit: H & C Architects LLP)
200-005-795 (Image Credit: H & C Architects LLP)

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