Harm to listed building overridden by public benefits of nine-storey residence

Residential redevelopment of part of a north London 1960s district shopping centre to provide 82 new homes was allowed as a public benefit despite minor harm to the setting of a nearby grade II listed building group and conservation area. The redevelopment included construction of a nine-storey building for 77 private build-to-rent units, conversion of a first-floor office to five affordable units, provision of part ground floor retail area and public realm improvements.

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