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Appeal: House ‘directly opposite’ Brighton University cannot be shared by students

University of Brighton / Michael John Wilson

Plans to convert a house close to Brighton University into an HMO have been blocked despite its attractive and convenient location for students, because of local policy that seeks to prevent over-concentration.

The appeal relates to an end-of-terrace property that sits directly opposite Brighton University’s main buildings. The appellant sought permission for a change of use from class C3 (residential) to class C4 HMO (house in multiple occupation).

There is an increasing demand for student accommodation in the city, arising from the success of its two universities and other educational fa.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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