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The loss of residential accommodation will be resisted (by change from another use or by redevelopment) unless there are special circumstances, namely:-

  1. that the residential use is not appropriately located;
  2. that the building is unsuitable for residential use in its present form and is not capable of being readily improved or altered in order to make it suitable; or
  3. that the retention of the building or use for residential purposes would prevent an important development, redevelopment or other change of greater benefit to the community.

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