An appeal of a decision to refuse planning permission at Victoria House for a ten-storey block of flats has been refused by the Planning Inspectorate.
A copy of the refusal notice is below.
Councillor James McDermott-Hill, Conservative councillor for Nonsuch, said: "We're pleased that the Planning Inspectorate listened to the considered arguments put forward by residents and local Conservative councillors at the appeal hearing in the summer against the proposed development for Victoria House.
"We now believe that it is incumbent upon the Liberal Democrat controlled Sutton Council to deliver a solution for the site that does not leave it abandoned for years to come, or else North Cheam will continue to suffer from economic neglect, frustrating residents and holding back Sutton's potential."
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