Squire & Partners’ £1.5bn Richmond scheme approved for the third time after second staircase changes

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Third redesign of controversial 1,000-home plans hoping for GLA sign-off after council gives OK despite flood of objections

Squire & Partners’ £1.5bn plans to redevelop a historic brewery site in Richmond have been approved for the third time after the addition of second staircases.

The controversial 1,068-home Stag Brewery scheme for Singaporean developer Reselton has had a turbulent planning history that has already seen it revised multiple times.

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