Go-ahead for 1,150-home Old Kent Road scheme despite industrial policy departure

Plans have been approved for a 1,150-home development up to 48 storeys high on London's Old Kent Road, despite officers recognising that the proposal would be contrary to local policy because part of the site is identified as a strategic industrial location (SIL).

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of the finished Old Kent Road development (pic: Farrells)
A visualisation of the finished Old Kent Road development (pic: Farrells)

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