Tall building would harm long-term provision of LGBT+ nightclub

A mixed-use redevelopment in an east London neighbourhood centre was refused with the public benefits of the scheme outweighed by the harm to adjoining conservation areas, harm to the appearance and character of the area and the long term provision of an existing night club at the site that served the LGBT+ community. The scheme comprised a tall building of up to 12 storeys with 46 apartments, ground floor mixed commercial uses including potential night club floorspace.

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