Developer's profit reduced to facilitate more affordable homes in London

An inspector has allowed the redevelopment of a neglected brownfield site for mixed uses on the urban edge of north-east London in an opportunity area identified in the London Plan, despite concerns regarding affordable housing provision. The scheme involved 59 dwellings in three blocks of flats of 2-5 storeys, three four-bedroom houses and a small commercial unit of 89 square metres. 22 per cent of the homes were to be affordable.

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