City Hall gives go-ahead for 3,000-home London scheme after council refusal

A proposed 3,000-home development straddling the boundary of two London councils has been approved by the capital's planning chief. He intervened when one of the two local authorities refused an application for a key part of the scheme within its boundary, against a recommendation for approval from planners.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of the finished development
A visualisation of the finished development

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