A date has been set for the crown court appeal after a woman was ordered to repaint her red and white striped £15 million Kensington house.
Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring had been ordered to repaint the property in South End following a two day hearing at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court .
She is challenging a Section 215 order imposed on her by Kensington and Chelsea Council to return the property to its original appearance.
Ms Lisle-Mainwaring will appeal against the decision , delivered by magistrates on January 8, at a two-day hearing at Isleworth Crown Court on June 21-22.
She gave the property its distinctive ‘beach-hut’ look in April last year much to the annoyance of neighbours , who she had allegedly fallen out with when they blocked her application to build a basement extension.
K&C has declined to comment on the matter until the court case has concluded.
In July last year, Ms Lisle-Mainwaring also lost a High Court challenge against the council’s ban on mega-basements.