Employment-led redevelopment wins over affordable housing-led

A high-rise mixed-use redevelopment scheme in an employment zone in west London has been approved on the grounds the economic and townscape benefits outweighed the less than substantial harm to a nearby listed cemetery. The proposal comprised two office buildings up to eight storeys in height incorporating over 5000 square metres of office floorspace and over 150 square metres of retail and restaurant uses. Two other appeals for alternative housing-led mixed-use schemes at the same site were refused at the same inquiry.

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