No justification for demolition of buildings in conservation area

An inspector has refused a mixed-use redevelopment scheme in east London for harm to the surrounding canal conservation area, harm from the loss of a family dwelling and to the living conditions of adjoining occupiers from loss of light. The proposal would accommodate an A1/A2/B1(a) commercial unit at ground and basement levels and five two-bedroom, self-contained dwellings above.

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