Go-ahead for 443-home London Fire Brigade HQ revamp despite policy departure

A south London council has approved plans for a mixed-use scheme with up to 443 homes in buildings rising up to 26 storeys despite a recognition from planners that local policy sought to restrict tall buildings on the site.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of part of the finished scheme (pic: U&I (8AE) Limited & The London Fire Commissioner)
A visualisation of part of the finished scheme (pic: U&I (8AE) Limited & The London Fire Commissioner)

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