Why the Old Oak Common local plan has run into trouble

A planning inspector last week told a development corporation driving a huge London regeneration project to cut a key site from its plan for the area. But the corporation and the landowner are at loggerheads over how the inspector's recommendation will impact on the site's development.

by Colin Marrs
The Cargiant site at Old Oak Common: inspector recommended removal of the site allocations from draft local plan. Pic: Cargiant
The Cargiant site at Old Oak Common: inspector recommended removal of the site allocations from draft local plan. Pic: Cargiant

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