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07/12/2018

Legal briefs: £1.5m fine for planning breaches in North London; Stiff penalty for Northwich listed building demolition

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A round-up of legal news: 1 December-7 December, 2018

£1.5m fine for planning breaches in North London

Harrow Crown Court has ordered a rogue landlord to pay £1.5 million or spend nine years in prison after he was found guilty of breaching planning rules for five years in two London boroughs.

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