However, we now learn that the developer has withdrawn his appeal.
No reasons have been given. Perhaps the Developer had decided that they were likely to lose the appeal. In planning law, losing an appeal is a very bad thing, as it can prejudice future planning applications.
Certainly, a declaration by the Inspector that either the site had a high environmental value or that it should be preserved as open space would have been fatal to any high density development.
Of course this won't be the end of the story and we’ll be keeping a close eye on this.
The area concerned is parkland behind 15 to 17A
For photos of the site see here:
I suppose having the Mayor living a few doors done would put any developer off going through the planning process
. . there's no chance the Mayor would consider moving to Lee, perhaps this help stop his Council's horrendous new school being built in a beautiful conservation area.
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