Jenrick announces PINS and planning policy heritage review in wake of Whitechapel Bell Foundry consent

The housing secretary has commissioned a review into how the Planning Inspectorate (PINS) and planning policy "considers and defends heritage" in the wake of a controversial government decision last week that granted consent for the redevelopment of a Grade II-listed historic former foundry in London into a mixed-use hotel scheme.

by Michael Donnelly
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick (pic: Getty)
Housing secretary Robert Jenrick (pic: Getty)

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