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Appeal: ‘Monolithic’ 14-storey student tower would harm Swansea townscape

Development around Swansea station / Shutterstock: 1263833989

Plans for a tower to provide 414 units of student accommodation in Swansea would appear ‘monolithic and slab-like’, an inspector has ruled, refusing permission despite acknowledging the ‘increasing demand’ for student housing in the area.

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