Inspector overturns London borough's refusal of 319-home, 30-storey tower scheme

Planning permission for 319 homes in two residential towers rising up to 30 storeys on the Isle of Dogs in east London has been granted on appeal, despite the scheme proposing an affordable housing level less than half of the minimum local policy requirement.

by Mark Wilding
An artist's impression of plans for Millharbour.
An artist's impression of plans for Millharbour.

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