Former Hanley pub used by rough sleepers and drug addicts set to be turned into flats

Families have welcomed plans to turn a derelict city centre pub used by rough sleepers and drug addicts into flats.
Proposals have been drawn up to transform the vacant Lord John Russell in Hanley into two five-bed apartments for up to 10 people.
It comes after complaints were raised that people had been sleeping rough and taking drugs in the building.
Now residents living nearby admit they are glad to see the former boozer, on the junction of Nelson Place and Waterloo Street, is to be given a new lease of life.
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17 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 27
Source: The Sentinel

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