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Last look at controversial plans for Swain’s Lane shopping parade

15:50 01 July 2014

Revised drawings of the Swain

Revised drawings of the Swain's Lane scheme have been submitted to Camden Council

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New images of plans to redevelop a popular Highgate shopping parade have been released to the public.

Revised drawings of the Swain's Lane scheme have been submitted to Camden CouncilRevised drawings of the Swain's Lane scheme have been submitted to Camden Council

Developers proposing to demolish the one-storey shopping parade in Swain’s Lane and replace it with a three-storey block have changed the building’s brick colour and made other minor alterations.

It is thought the images are the final version of plans to go before a planning committee for approval.

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