Mayor finds ‘no grounds’ to reverse Oxford Street M&S demolition decision

Pilbrow &  Partners' proposals for the Marble Arch branch of Marks & Spencer

Khan had agreed to revisit decision after carbon emission concerns

The mayor of London will not intervene in controversial plans to demolish a 1930s Marks & Spencer store on Oxford Street.

Earlier this month, Sadiq Khan said he would review his stage two planning decision on the Pilbrow & Partners scheme after it emerged the GLA had not considered a critical report from its own climate advisor.

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