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Home News News items Case at Llandudno Magistrates Court – 05/11/19

Case at Llandudno Magistrates Court – 05/11/19

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Case at Llandudno Magistrates Court – 05/11/19

Mr D Blackall of Homelea, Maelgwyn Drive, Deganwy pleaded guilty to failing to comply with ‘Section 215’ untidy land notice. He was fined £80.00 and ordered to pay investigative and legal costs of £150 and a victim surcharge of £30.00. A total of £260.

A Section 215 Notice was served in February 2019 requiring Mr Blackall to undertake works to improve the untidy condition of land he owns.

To comply with the Notice Mr Blackall needed to remove un-roadworthy vehicles from his property and undertake work to maintain his home

Following non-compliance, Mr Blackall was prosecuted for the offence at Llandudno Magistrates court yesterday (05/11/19).

Cllr Charlie McCoubrey, Conwy’s Cabinet Member for Cabinet Member for Housing and Regulatory said: “It is the responsibility of the Local Planning Authority to investigate cases which involve the condition of buildings or land, including people’s homes, that is considered to be detrimental to the appearance of the area. Due to the untidy condition of the property a Notice was issued requiring the owner to address the matter. Despite repeated warnings, the requirements of the Notice were not complied with, and legal proceedings were necessary to require the owner to carry out the work to improve the condition of this property.”


Posted on 06/11/2019

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