Rejected housing development could still go ahead

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Rejected housing development could still go ahead

A housing development in Greenwich, that was rejected by councillors, could still get the go ahead after the Mayor stepped in.

People living in Charlton had campaigned against the scheme, to build 1,000 new homes in the Atlas and Derrick Gardens area - but Sadiq Khan has called in the planning decision, and could now overturn it.

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