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Campaigners opposing to plans for a 12-storey aparthotel in West Harrow flew an inflatable blimp at the site to demonstrate its “unsuitable” height, saying the scheme is “completely wrong” for a neighbourhood made up of low-rise Edwardian housing.

The group also pointed out that an aparthotel fails to meet the area’s need for affordable family-sized housing.

The council, as the former owner of the disused car park site, had planned to develop the land, but instead it to a developer for budgetary reasons.

The developer plans to provide 146 rooms with rooftop restaurant, brasserie offering Michelin star street food, bakery and event space.

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