Retail shipping containers out of character but acceptable in vitality terms

Five shipping containers for retail use in the rear of a commercial property in a district town centre in north London were refused for harm to the character and appearance of the area and living conditions of nearby residential occupiers as well as harm to the setting of a nearby heritage asset. However, no harm was found to the vitality and viability of the district centre.

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