The entrance to the former 'Sound and Music' shop at 66 Dalston Lane. On the demolition hoardings in front of it is an image of the Hackney/Murphy "heritage likeness" scheme
The Council advised its' Planning Committee, on Murphy's application to demolish everything, that "like-for-like reconstruction of the principal elevation of the terrace will ensure the appearance of the original terrace can be reintroduced....There will be no appreciable difference.. conservation area preserved and enhanced. "
Report to Planning Sub-Committee – 5th March 2014
This is an old Victorian house at 124 Dalston Lane
This is a "heritage likeness" old Victorian house at 122 Dalston Lane
The two houses side by side - do you think that there is "no appreciable difference"?
The Spitalfields Trust scheme would restore the 1807 houses as family homes and redevelop the remainder with a housing association to provide 24 affordable flats. ( What could be more in the public interest? Ed.)WE NEED YOUR HELP TO PETITION AND CONTINUE THE COURT APPEAL.
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