Somerset man sent to prison for third time over planning breach

A landowner has been given a 12-month prison sentence for continuing to breach a court order related to an illegally-sited caravan in Somerset, the third time he has been sent to jail for the matter.

by Michael Donnelly
Bristol Magistrates Court (pic: Richard Hoare, Geograph)
Bristol Magistrates Court (pic: Richard Hoare, Geograph)

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