Inspector allows 456-home south London towers despite size and design concerns

A planning inspector has allowed an appeal for a 456-home, 15-storey scheme in south London after finding that the local authority could not demonstrate a five-year housing land supply and dismissing its objections over the development's size, design and parking impact.

by Michael Donnelly
200-010-185 (Image Credit: TP Bennett LLP)
200-010-185 (Image Credit: TP Bennett LLP)

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