Casebook: Appeal Cases - Mixed Use Development - Office reuse thwarted by lack of car restrictions

The change of use of a west London office building to retail use and an extension with nine self-contained flats has been rejected because a planning obligation preventing occupiers from owning cars had not been submitted. The inspector agreed with the council that permission should not be granted unless a planning obligation prevented occupiers from obtaining local parking permits.

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