Mill Hill mausoleum plans scrapped

More than 1,000 people signed a petition against the plans

More than 1,000 people signed a petition against the plans

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Plans to build a giant tomb in the middle of green belt land have been scrapped.

The huge mausoleum was due to be built next to Westminster Cemetery in Mill Hill, but the plans have now been dropped after fierce opposition.

The item was due to be heard at Barnet Borough Council's planning committee meeting tomorrow night, but GLA member Andrew Dismore confirmed this evening it was no longer on the agenda.

More to follow tomorrow.

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3:18pm Wed 30 Apr 14

Edgar de Jarnac says...

The existing faulty proposal may have been withdrawn, but that does not stop the developers coming back with alternative proposals that may be almost as bad . The community needs to remain vigilant.
The existing faulty proposal may have been withdrawn, but that does not stop the developers coming back with alternative proposals that may be almost as bad . The community needs to remain vigilant. Edgar de Jarnac
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