Ensuring cheats do not prosper: how councils are using new proceeds of crime powers

Enterprising planning authorities have been using the Proceeds of Crime Act to prosecute those who have profited from flouting planning regulations. Jamie Carpenter reports.

Steve Bransgrove: protected pine was illegally felled by neighbour
Steve Bransgrove: protected pine was illegally felled by neighbour

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