Jail for Burnley rogue builder over 'shoddy' work From Lancashire Telegraph Jack Troup, prosecuting on behalf of Lancashire Trading Standards, said the defendant had been called in by Ronald Hardacre, of Crow Wood Avenue in Burnley, to initially carry out some gardening work.
Mr Hardacre, because he was in poor health, had insisted a vapour barrier was installed, to limit the amount of maintenance required and a price of 750 was agreed. Further discussions took buy burberry jackets online place over roof repairs, with agreement reached over a 1,370 job. Blackburn Royal Hospital A set for expansion But after the work was said to have been completed, the court heard the roof sprung a leak during a heavy downpour. When a surveyor inspected the work, on behalf of trading standards, no silicon waterproofing had been used by Williams. And when the gardening work was inspected, no vapour barrier handbags burberry outlet was found either, the court was burberry clearance outlet online told. While the work was ongoing, Williams was also approached by one of Mr Hardacre's neighbours, Carol Dillon, over fitting some replacement garage doors. But despite her handing over a 100 deposit for the 270 job, the work never materialised, the court heard. Williams refunded her the money. Mr Troup said the defendant had also not informed either party of their cancellation rights, over the jobs, or provided proper company details. Williams, of Como Avenue, Burnley, admitted to three offences of engaging in misleading commercial practices and four consumer regulations offences.
He was also in breach of a suspended sentence. Rachel Cooper, defending, said her client was a builder but began to suffer mental burberry outlet seattle health problems, which coincided with his previous offending. Williams had been persuaded to return to work by a friend and accepted the work was 'shoddy'.
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