Inspector not required to seek alternative solutions to enforcement notice requirements

The owner of a restaurant and cafe in west London who failed to overturn an enforcement notice requiring him to cease using it as a shisha lounge and remove various extensions was unsuccessful in getting the High Court to quash the decision on the grounds that the inspector should have considered if lesser steps were available to secure compliance (DCS No. 400-005-229).

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