North London council blocks prior approval for 48-flat upwards extensions against officer advice

Members of a north London council have refused plans for the construction of a 48-unit upwards extension to nine blocks of flats under new permitted development rights, against a recommendation to approve the scheme from officers.

by Michael Donnelly
Upwards extensions: new PD rights came into force earlier this year (pic: Getty)
Upwards extensions: new PD rights came into force earlier this year (pic: Getty)

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