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A FAMILY home in a popular residential area of York could become a five-bedroom house in multiple occupation if council planners give the green light.

The owner of 41 St Philips Grove in Clifton is applying for change of use permission for the house to become a five-bed house in multiple occupation (HMO).

Owner Arif Khalfe of Lumley Road, York, is also applying for permission to build a single storey side extension at the property to enable him to add a fifth bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

In the Design and Access Statement to planners, the applicant says the house would be for between three to six tenants but would not have a negative impact on the neighbourhood.

 

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