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He considers that the level of harm is less than substantial, but he perceives the public benefits to be marginal commenting that there is plenty of student accommodation being provided across the city that does not adversely impact heritage assets and the benefits of the CBGC
could be provided within a reduced scheme.
At the UK School Games Championships in Manchester, CBGC
athlete Hamish Carter helped England to gold in the Men's Artistic Team event after finishing as all-around individual champion.
Grant Curran at CBGC
, said: ``We are delighted to make this investment in FAL, and believe that together we can continue to enhance the role of the forensic scientist within the criminal justice system.
In recognition of performer excellence, gymnasts and coaches from the CBGC
have been selected for international training and lecture camps by the governing body British Gymnastics.