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Silent witness

East Ridings of Yorkshire Council cited David Neave – co author of Buildings of England’s East Ridings tome – as its expert witness in a case recently heard at Bridlington Magistrates’ Court. The defendant in the hearing was John Hobson of Beverley-based practice Ingleby + Hobson, who had been charged with unauthorised alteration of the Grade II-listed Old Mill in Wansford. Hobson, who went on to win the case (Architect cleared of ‘unauthorised alteration' charge) also had an expert ...

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