RSHP’s rejected South Ken scheme heads to planning inquiry | News

The workforce guiding Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners’ turned down proposals to redevelop the spot all-around South Kensington tube station have confirmed they are looking for to obstacle the final decision at a scheduling inquiry.

Associates of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea’s preparing committee went from officers’ suggestions when they refused RSHP’s proposals for 50 new residences and new shops, places to eat and workspace in the tourist hotspot past calendar year.

The plan, made for joint-enterprise partners Native Land and Transport for London, would also have delivered advancements for South Kensington Station itself, such as action-free entry to the District and Circle Traces.

But after a four-hour preparing committee session in November, councillors voted unanimously to refuse the software, arguing that the public positive aspects supplied by the plan did not overcome the impacts of the height, massing and architectural design and style of some things of

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