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A called-in inquiry begins today in relation to the proposed redevelopment of the Citroen Site, Capital Interchange Way, Brentford for a mixed use scheme of 441 residential units, various A class uses and a nursery comprising buildings of 12, 13, 16, 17 and 18 storeys.

The local planning authority resolved to refuse planning permission for a number of reasons including heritage impact on the Kew Gardens World Heritage Site and the Grade I listed Orangery.

The Mayor called-in the application and following amendments resolved to grant permission.

The application was then called-in by the Secretary of State.

The inquiry is due to run until 7 February 2020.

Rupert Warren QC is appearing for the Applicant, L&Q, instructed by Pinsent Masons.

Scott Lyness is appearing for Historic England, which is a rule 6 party, instructed by BDB Pitmans.

James Maurici QC is appearing for the Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, instructed by Burges Salmon.

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