Eastlaw News

Successful outcome following snap inspection

The owner of a popular riverside pub and restaurant faces a ban from managing his own food business and has been ordered to pay more than £3,000 after inspectors found a host of hygiene breaches. Cara Jordan (eastlaw), prosecuting on behalf of North Norfolk District …

Successful prosecution by eastlaw

Another successful prosecution by Cara Jordan, Barrister of eastlaw, North Norfolk District Council. The Pleasure Boat Inn Ltd, did dispose of waste (including plastic fiberglass vinyl flooring) at the Nelson Head, The Street, Horsey in a manner (burning) likely to cause pollution of the environment/harm …

NNDC wins case against Happisburgh taxi driver

Norwich magistrates’ court ordered the taxi driver to pay £530 for driving his taxi without the appropriate NNDC licence or insurance. Cllr Judy Oliver, Cabinet Member for Licensing said: “This outcome is very important for the Council in ensuring public safety. The penalty awarded in …

Estate Agency fined for offences under Housing Act 2004

On Wednesday 13th July 2016 at King’s Lynn Magistrates Court, the Estate Agency pleaded guilty of 15 offences under the Housing Act 2004. The charges related to the condition of a property which was a house of multiple occupation and included matters such as inadequate …

eastlaw helping to secure funding

eastlaw has assisted Wells Maltings Trust in qualifying for around £2miilion funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  With other funding already secured, this will enable the Trust to proceed immediately with a huge programme of repair and restoration to Wells Maltings and the adjacent Sackhouse.  …