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Headline

HAT Projects’ Pocket Living scheme loses appeal over ‘unacceptable’ tenure mix

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Written-in-stone policies sound like they aren't flexible enough. There are an awful of of people in London who need a 1-Bed Flat with no gardens, don't demand parking, and probably make noise at night when kids are asleep. I don' think they mix particularly well with family requirements on a hundred levels. For a 44-Apt development, you would think there was a case for some sites in Haringey to be entirely first-time buyer 1-Beds ...... just as there must be plenty of other sites that would suit family homes better.

Posted date

3 December, 2019

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12:12 pm

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