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26/03/2019

Appeal: ‘Supported living centre’ would provide poor living conditions

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Plans to convert a police station in Birmingham into a ‘supported living centre’ for vulnerable people would provide inadequate amenity space and poor levels of natural light, an inspector has ruled.

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