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14/11/2018

Enforcement: Appellant’s defence of illegal bedsits was ‘deeply unconvincing’

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An enforcement notice has been upheld against a builder who argued ‘unconvincingly’ that the four poor-quality self-contained bedsits he had built in his rear garden were for the use of himself, his wife and their two adult children.

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