Plymouth man prosecuted for refusing to remove caravan
A Plymouth man has been prosecuted for refusing to remove his caravan from a holiday site in Cornwall.
Cornwall Council’s Planning Enforcement Team prosecuted Mark Austin of Crownhill Road, Plymouth, for not complying with a Planning Enforcement Notice requiring him to remove an unauthorised caravan used for residential purposes, decking and other domestic paraphernalia from a site at Tregenna, Little Polgooth, St Austell.
Austin appeared at Bodmin Magistrates Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to not complying with the Enforcement Notice. Magistrates sentenced him to an 18 month conditional discharge and ordered him to pay Council costs of £500.
The Councils Enforcement Group Leader Jon Drew said: “Non-compliance with an Enforcement Notice is a criminal offence and persons who do not comply with these notices can expect to be prosecuted which results in them gaining a criminal record as well as any punishment given by the Court.”
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