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Bramante wins battle with Croydon planners ...

The Planning Inspectorate has upheld an appeal by Gabriele Bramante against Croydon council, overturning its persistent refusal to grant detailed planning permission for two semi-detached homes for which she already had outline permission. In a case which former riba president David Rock described as 'a very good example of the planning rules being misapplied', Croydon planner Andrew Frost took issue with numerous details of the design and Bramante made three separate planning applications ...


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