Inspector's recommendation refused on mixed-use redevelopment

The secretary of state has overturned his own inspector's recommendation of approval of a major mixed-use scheme in east London in a recovered appeal, weighing the conflict with adopted policies regarding harms to heritage assets, loss of sunlight and daylight and failure to create an inclusive place more heavily in the planning balance. The scheme proposed a replacement supermarket, early learning facility, 471 residential units and flexible retail/office/community floorspace with associated car parking and public realm improvements.

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