Multiple occupation excess leads to social imbalance

The conversion of a dwellinghouse in York to enable multiple occupation by students was held to breach a threshold set out within a supplementary planning document (SPD) which sought to ensure that balanced and cohesive communities were maintained.

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100-080-646 (Image Credit: York City Council)
100-080-646 (Image Credit: York City Council)

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