London deputy mayor overrules borough to approve 850-home scheme on waste facility site

London's deputy mayor for planning has overturned a decision by Merton councillors and given the green light for the redevelopment of a waste processing facility to build 850 new homes.

by James Wilmore
A visualisation of the Benedict Wharf scheme. Image: Suez Recycling & Recovery UK
A visualisation of the Benedict Wharf scheme. Image: Suez Recycling & Recovery UK

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