Woman ordered to pay more than £1,300 by Nottingham magistrates after creating makeshift flood defence within high-risk flood zone
A woman was ordered to pay more than £1,300 after she created a makeshift flood defence to protect a paddock.
Sarah Louise Howard, of Goosemoor Hall, Weston, imported large amounts of soil on to agricultural land off Great North Road, Newark, in a high-risk flood zone.
Howard admitted to failing to comply with the requirements of a planning enforcement notice at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court.
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