By Warren Gordon, Warren Gordon25 July 2003
Hackney council owned a dilapidated building which lacked a door and had a collapsed roof. Fifteen years previously, a builder had begun to store his equipment in the building and added a corrugated iron door, which he padlocked. Nobody objected to or interfered with the builder's use of the building ...
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