Mayor agrees in principle to 515-flat tower despite harm to listed viaduct

London’s mayor has provisionally approved 515 homes in three blocks up to 32 storeys high on one of the capital’s most visible brownfield sites, on condition that breaches of the London Plan are remedied.

by Toby Porter
Wembley Point (Credit: Jaggery c/o Creative Commons Licence via geograph.org)
Wembley Point (Credit: Jaggery c/o Creative Commons Licence via geograph.org)

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