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Make and AHMM’s Camden vision vetoed

Make and AHMM’s controversial Hawley Wharf scheme in Camden Town, London has been rejected planning permission

The 1.8 hectare scheme opposite Terry Farrell’s TV-AM building was turned down by Camden Council’s planning committee against the recommendation of its planning officers.

Featuring eight buildings between three and nine storeys tall, the canal-side project included housing, commercial units and a new primary school.

The scheme came in for heavy criticism from DC CABE in November.

The watchdog’s review panel said it was ‘not convinced by the architectural approach to the new market building’ and had concerns over the arrangement of residential accommodation within another building.

The project for developer Stanley Sidings was submitted for planning in October last year.

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