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McAslan to build City of London housing - images

John McAslan + Partners has won planning permission for this mixed-use development in the heart of the City of London.

The scheme, backed by developer Native Land, will provide 80 apartments - 35 per cent of which will be affordable housing.

Native Land acquired the Lamb's Passage site two years ago, and now planning has been secured, it is hoped that work will start early in the new year.

The site was previously used by a gym chain, but their facility is set to be demolished and replaced by McAslan's £30 million scheme.

Native Land's chief executive Alasdair Nicholls said: 'We are delighted that consent has been granted for this contemporary apartment scheme, in what is a prime location in the City.'

by Richard Vaughan

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