The biggest enforcement penalties in 2019

Once again, the highest enforcement penalties this year totalled hundreds of thousands of pounds, and in one case more than a million. But the bulk of payouts are won by a handful of boroughs.

by Mark Wilding and Colin Marrs
An illegally converted bedsit at 4-6 London Bridge Street. Image: Southwark Council
An illegally converted bedsit at 4-6 London Bridge Street. Image: Southwark Council

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