Royal Free appeals against 'huts for nurses' ruling

The Royal Free Hospital trust has lodged an appeal against a ruling by Camden council that it cannot install temporary accommodation for overseas nurses in the grounds of the trust. Local residents in Hampstead, north London, objected to the hospital's plans to install prefabricated huts on disused tennis courts to ...

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