Replacement scheme of insufficient quality to justify harm to heritage assets

A mixed use redevelopment of locally listed buildings in central London was refused for less than substantial harm to heritage assets not outweighed by the benefits of the replacement scheme in terms of its quality or social and economic considerations. The proposal comprised office and retail floorspace and four residential units and open space.


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