Redrow Homes prosecuted for breaching planning permission at Hewlett Packard site
A HOUSING developer has been fined for breaching a number of planning conditions on a development near the University of the West of England.
South Gloucestershire Council brought the prosecution against Redrow Homes at Northavon Magistrates’ Court in Yate.
The offences were in breach of a condition notice which controlled the hours the company was allowed to work on a large housing development at the former Hewlett Packard site.
They included working on Sundays and Saturday afternoons, which had caused disruption to local residents who complained to the council.
The company was fined £3,750 after being convicted of five charges of failing to comply with a breach of condition notice. Two other charges were dropped before the hearing.
Redrow Homes were also ordered to pay costs of £847.34 and a victim surcharge of £75.
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