Student accommodation outweighs harm to archaeological remains

A scheme to demolish a former school building in a conservation area and replace it with student accommodation in historic Canterbury was allowed with no harm to the surrounding conservation area or the setting of the city walls scheduled ancient monument nearby and with harm to the archaeological remains at the site outweighed by the public benefits of the proposal. The scheme comprised 146 bedrooms in 17 cluster flats.

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