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Hello

Does anybody have a PDF copy of the Golden Lane Estate Listed Building Guidelines they could share with me? It no longers seems to be on the City of London's website.

Thank you!

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Hi Stefi

See here - golden-lane-guidelines-spd.pdf

Not surprised City of London has quietly removed these from their website given repeated ignoring of this document over recent years.

For example, not quite sure how COLPAI and Denizen fit with “no new buildings, infilling, removals or extensions should be introduced which would be detrimental to the integrity of the Estate as a whole. The relevant planning authority should, therefore, take into account the significance of the Estate’s setting to its special architectural interest when considering any developments on the immediate boundary of the estate” !

Paul

Thanks Paul, that's really helpful — I sense (and sympathise) with your frustration… 

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