Dear Bournemouth Borough Council,
"It is estimated that there are approximately 2,400 homes across Poole and Bournemouth that will require an HMO license under the new definition" - Bournemouth borough council website.
Could you please specify how many of these 2,4000 homes are used for student accommodation.
Link to press release from the website linked above.
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Dear Connor Stringer,
Information Request – Freedom of Information Act
Further to your request for information received on 8^th October 2018
please find below in red font the material that you asked for.
We currently have data that suggests of these 2400 homes, 678 are student
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