Student village plans are rejected by council bosses

Plans to build a waterfront village which would have housed more than a thousand students in Hull have been rejected by Hull City Council.

Artist's impression
Artist's impression

The campus would have been built on a 14 acre site at the now-derelict former St Andrew's fish Dock. But Hull Council's planning committee has voted unanimously against the development, saying the area was too remote for students and posed safety risks.

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