Deputy mayor gives go-ahead for 1,565-home London estate regeneration

London's deputy mayor for planning has resolved to approve plans for the 'comprehensive' redevelopment of part of a housing estate into a 28-storey scheme providing 1,565 homes, concluding that the benefits, including the delivery of new housing, outweighed the harm to local heritage.

by Michael Donnelly

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