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BPM Architects

BPM Architects has won a planning appeal to convert a disused public toilet in south-east London into a florist and workshop. The practice overcame objections to any development from supporters of the nearby St Olav's church, which is listed. The £500,000 subterranean scheme has been designed as a 'minimum-impact solution'.

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