Brokenshire 'to reconsider decision to refuse plans for 220-home Croydon tower'

The housing secretary is to reconsider his refusal of plans for a 220-home, 17-storey tower in south London against the advice of a planning inspector, after conceding that he failed to give adequate reasons to justify the refusal, according to the local authority concerned.

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