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Council’s rejection of 80 flats at Horsham’s Linden House appealed

JPCT 040414 S14150029x Albion way, Horsham. Linden House, Chart Way -photo by Steve Cobb SUS-140404-100757001

JPCT 040414 S14150029x Albion way, Horsham. Linden House, Chart Way -photo by Steve Cobb SUS-140404-100757001

The council’s rejection of a scheme to demolish Horsham’s Linden House and build 80 flats has been appealed by the developer.

Horsham District Council turned down proposals for the empty office block off Albion Way in October 2013, arguing that the planned building was ‘ugly’ and would be a ‘blight’ on the town.

While the new owners have submitted a further application to retain the existing building and convert it into 65 flats, an appeal has been lodged against the decision to reject the original scheme.

The planning inspector will decide the appeal in a public hearing.

 

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