Reduction of Lake District unauthorised development

Unauthorised development in the Lake District national park has been dramatically reduced, the park authority claimed last week. At the start of 2004 the park had 465 enforcement investigations outstanding. Within three months the figure had been reduced to 340 and fell to 155 by the end of last month, the authority reports. The park has increased staff numbers and resources to deal with the problem and will also target illegal advertising along the A591.

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