Contemporary flat design out of character with conservation area

Erecting a three-storey block of nine flats in a conservation area in southeast London would fail to respect the character of a 19th century terrace and lead future occupiers to experience excessive noise levels from a nearby studio used for playing music, an inspector held, and dismissed the appeal.


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