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Objections to flats above former South Kentish Town tube station

14 September, 2017 — By Geoffrey Sawyer

OPPOSITION has emerged to a developer’s plan to add an extra storey to the former South Kentish Town Underground Station building. Plans have been submitted to the Town Hall outlining proposals for an extra floor to create flats. However, neighbours say it will ruin a historic building. The tube station was closed in the 1920s and is now used by a branch of Cash Converters.

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