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Appeal: Plan to convert Cardiff student flats after two years rejected

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An inspector has rejected an application to let 146 purpose-built flats to non-students less than two years after they were built, noting that it was 'the appellant's choice' to build out the scheme despite its viability 'predicament'.

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