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The Conservatives said the guidelines were "influenced in any way by donations."
However, work is said to show Mr Jenrick, has said The Process "fair and transparent" and a local Council, the donation "ask" for the minister.
Mr Jenrick granted the construction permit on 14. January for Mr Desmond company Northern & to build the Shell, on the Westferry Printworks site on The Isle of Dogs.'Obviously bias'
The registration is The Day before the introduction of the new Council of the community levy, which would mean that the developer pay an additional £40m.Mr Jenrick has insisted that he showed no inclination
the municipal councils, asked The High Court last month to the government for the disclosure of E-Mails and memos about the offer.
Rather than do this, Mr Jenrick, the lawyers conceded the timing of his decision "would lead the fair-minded and informed observer to conclude that it is biased is a real possibility," he said.Conservative fundraiser
the work Mr Jenrick questions to answer in the house of Commons on Thursday about The Matter , after it emerged that Mr Desmond made a personal donation to the Conservatives, 28. January.
Mr Jenrick has come under increasing political pressure in recent weeks after it emerged he was sitting at the same table as Mr Desmond, the Former Owner of the Daily Express , a Conservative Party fundraiser last November.
A spokesman for Mr Jenrick told the Daily Mail , "the developer withdrew their application, but Mr Jenrick informed you that it is not suitable for you in order to discuss with him, or for him to comment".
But labour said Mr Jenrick must now make clear whether he reported to the officials at his Department about The Meeting and disclose whether he or members of his team had any other contacts with the developer.'Terrible optics'
unless The Cabinet Secretary, published all the documents on the application and any correspondence with Mr Desmond in the run-up to the decision, the said opposition: "The Public will be entitled to think it's one rule for the Conservatives and their wealthy friends, and another rule for Everyone Else ".Mr Desmond is one of the UK's most high-profile businessmen
"communities need to have confidence that the planning process is fair and transparent, but the Unanswered Questions surrounding Robert Jenrick have weakened the illegal decision, that the trust," said Labour's shadow communities Secretary, Steve Reed .
"It's time for Mr Jenrick come in and build the answer to these crucial questions, to issue why he superimposed his own inspector, a building permit for a billionaire Conservative Party donor, a luxury development. "
He told The Bbc details of Mr Desmond's donation "will be increased to more questions about what was going on," and added that, although £ 12,000 was "not much money", it did not look good.
"The optics are terrible," he added.
"the policy of the government is to donate in any way to the influence of party - They are completely separate," the spokesman said.
Mr Jenrick has insisted, there was no real inclination to Mr Desmond said that it was right for the decision to be revised in order "to ensure that it was complete fairness".
A spokesman for The Department for housing, communities and Local government, said that while "we reject the suggestion that it was an actual bias in the decision, we have agreed that the application be determined. "
Mr Desmond has donated money in The Past , both Labour and UKIP.
Northern & Shell, he is the majority shareholder, sold his publishing interests in 2018 and is now focused largely on real estate development as well as digital ventures and the health Lottery .