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Johal Scrapyard owner gets “just desserts” for inflicting four years of misery on Colnbrook residents
Months of speculation over the former Johals Scrapyard may be coming to an end. Colnbrook Views has learnt that the site has been acquired by a coach operator … called Johal. But don’t be too quick to panic … he is unrelated and going to great lengths to demonstrate he is a good neighbour.
Uncertainty hangs over the Johal Scrapyard site on the Colnbrook By-pass. Over the past month disturbance from the illegal scapyard has once again blighted Colnbrook as the site has slowly been cleared, raising residents’ hopes. However, unconfirmed reports now suggest the site – which was finally granted planning permission by Slough Borough Council last year, has now been sold.
Amrik Johal who pleaded guilty to five charges under the Environment Protection Act 1990 in 2010 was today given a two-year community sentence and ordered to pay £881,513 – the largest amount ever fined under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
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