2016: "Demolition of all buildings on-site and new buildings of 1-6 storeys in height to include 46 residential (C3) units (18 x 1 bed, 19 x 2 bed and 9 x 3 bed) of which 33 would be market units and 13 affordable, new office (B1a) floorspace (604 sq.m) with associated works to highways and landscaping."
2017: "Demolition of all buildings on-site and new buildings of 1-6 storeys in height to include 40 residential (C3) units (16 x 1 bed, 15 x 2 bed and 9 x 3 bed) of which 34 would be market units and 6 affordable, 813mē (GEA) office floorspace (B1), 55mē (GEA) storage and distribution floorspace (B8) and associated works to highways and landscaping"
The most striking changes are the reduction in the number of 1/2 bed units and the increase in ratio of unaffordable units from 71 per cent to 85 per cent.
Visually the only noticeable changes are the height reduction of the building on the left and a height increase of the one on the right, along with protruding balconies overlooking the canal.
Last year the council responded with 18 reasons for refusal.
Judging by the images above, the lack of affordable homes, the loss of the willow tree and the undermining of the canal, most if not all of these reasons are still valid.