How We Did It: Securing consent for a suburban residential tower

Plans for a residential tower in south London had to overcome a secretary of state refusal and undergo two public inquiries and a judicial review over four years before finally securing permission. Mark Wilding reports.

by Mark Wilding
A visualisation of the proposed scheme in Purley town centre (Credit: Proctor & Matthews)
A visualisation of the proposed scheme in Purley town centre (Credit: Proctor & Matthews)

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