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23Aug91 UK: DERBYSHIRE HOMES FACE DEMOLITION BECAUSE THEY ARE ONE METRE TOO HIGH.

Two rows of new homes are facing demolition because local councillors claim they were built 1 metre too high.Now the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors has been called in to appoint an independent arbitrator to resolve the wrangle between Amber Valley borough council in Derbyshire and Milward Homes.Last month councillors gave the borough solicitor authority to serve an enforcement notice giving the builder 56 days to demolish the houses.But the order has yet to be served because ...

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