Green light for 1,500-home south London scheme despite height and heritage concerns

A London borough has approved plans for a 1,500-home mixed-use scheme up to 36 storeys high, despite concerns over the height of the proposed buildings and their potential impact on nearby heritage assets.

by Ellie Kahn
The proposed Modern Wharf development, with 13 buildings up to 36 storeys (Pic: U+I Group)
The proposed Modern Wharf development, with 13 buildings up to 36 storeys (Pic: U+I Group)

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