High Court allows borough to challenge London mayor's hotel tower consent

A High Court judge has granted the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea permission to bring a judicial review against London mayor Sadiq Khan's decision to grant planning permission for a 30-storey tower on the site of an existing hotel.

by Colin Marrs
A visualisation of the proposed Kensington Forum scheme. Image by Simpson Haugh architects
A visualisation of the proposed Kensington Forum scheme. Image by Simpson Haugh architects

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