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Athlone House, Hampstead Lane, London

Planning permission – Demolition - New building – Non-designated heritage asset – Locally listed heritage asset – House – Conservation Area – Section 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 – Registered park or garden – Grade II* - Historic environment and sustainable development – Loss of whole building is substantial harm to a conservation area – Substantial public benefits that outweigh substantial harm - Harm or loss outweighed by bringing site back into use – Design responding to local character – Design responding to local history – Less than substantial harm through development affecting setting - Identification of building as positive contributor to a conservation area

  • Type of Decision: Appeal (High Court)
  • Year: 2015
    Date: 22nd October 2015
  • Judge: Mr Justice Dove
  • Case no: CO/3357/2015
  • First defendant: SoS for CLG
    Second defendant: London Borough of Camden
  • Address of the property: Athlone House, Hampstead Lane, London, N6 4RU
  • Applicant/appellant: Athlone House Limited

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