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Stock Woolstencroft has won planning permission for its conversion of the former Trebor sweet factory in Forest Gate, London into a live/work development. The refurbishment of the 1920s building will result in 65 units. The permission was followed by another for the practice on a new build 33-unit live/work scheme in Plaistow High Street in the London Borough of Newham. Partner John Woolstencraft claimed that both schemes will 'provide a kick-start to economic and physical regeneration in the borough, increasing choice of accommodation and attracting new people, skills and inward investment.' Both schemes have been designed for Hollybrook.

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