HILLINGDON Council is to pursue further prosecution against a homeowner who has flouted planning regulations.
The authority took Tim O'Dea, owner of Kylemore House in Hill End Road, Harefield, to court in April for failing to comply with an enforcement notice.
The house overshadows four cottages, and has been the source of complaints from neighbours.
Mr O’Dea admitted the offence and was fined £1,015 and ordered to reduce the height of the front gates and remove railings. The council says that order has not been complied with and is considering further action.
An application was lodged on October 3 for a certificate of lawful development for the gates and railings. Previous applications were refused.
The council said the latest application would not delay its decision to pursue any legal action.
An outbuilding may also be subject to enforcement.