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21/09/2018

Appeal: Students can expect adequate lighting, rules inspector

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Plans to convert a listed former freemasons' hall in Huddersfield into 16 two-bedroom student flats have been blocked, after an inspector found that some of the flats would have no external windows or wardrobe space.

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