Concrete plant would spoil views from public places

A concrete batching plant has been refused on open land in south-west London for harm to the visual appearance and character of the area despite the site being located within an industrial area. The proposal would include the construction of industrial plant to a height of 15.8 metres and comprise a ground feed hopper, an aggregate feed conveyor, wedge pit, water tanks, mixer house and loading point, batch control cabin and covered overhead storage bins and integrated cement silos.

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