Staffordshire man faces £200,000 enforcement bill for unauthorised green belt scrap yard

A Staffordshire man has been ordered to pay out over £200,000 for running an unauthorised scrap yard in the green belt following a long-running enforcement case, which included action taken under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA).

by Michael Donnelly
The illegally-built scrap yard (pic: South Staffordshire Council)
The illegally-built scrap yard (pic: South Staffordshire Council)

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