Inspector rejects 'aggressive' east London housing scheme despite land supply deficit

Plans for a 15-storey housing development in east London have been rejected at appeal after an inspector judged the proposals to be "overbearing" and "aggressive" in their scale, despite the local authority's lack of a five-year housing land supply.

by Mark Wilding
A CGI of plans to redevelop the former LEB building in Tower Hamlets. Image: Telford Homes
A CGI of plans to redevelop the former LEB building in Tower Hamlets. Image: Telford Homes

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