Housing redevelopment of sui generis sorting office rejected

Plans failed for two wheelchair accessible bungalows and seven three-storey houses on the site of a former Royal Mail sorting office in a London borough when an inspector found the benefits of bringing a vacant site back into use and boosting housing supply too modest to outweigh harm to a conservation area and loss of protected employment floorspace.

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