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Derelict building to be transformed

A derelict building in Wolverhampton is set to be transformed into 12 apartments after council chiefs received £520,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Oswin Developments is behind the scheme, which will see the 19th century building at 182 Stafford Street turned into six two-bedroom and six one-bedroom properties.

The building is next to the old drill hall offices and was used by the old School Board and as a registry office.

Most recently it was used as an office by the University of Wolverhampton.

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