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Haringey Council issues warning over satellite dishes
2:09pm Wednesday 12th September 2012 in News
People living in a conservation area have been told to hide satellite dishes on their homes as a part of a clamp down by the council.
Planning enforcement officers from Haringey Council attended homes in Tower Gardens, off Lordship Lane, telling people to take dishes down and move them to the back of their property or face possible prosecution.
The council says it aims to protect areas of historical interest and have if warned satellite dishes are erected without permission, they will be removed and the household may be fined.
Tower Gardens was designated a conservation area in 1978 and covers some of the oldest parts an estate built by the London County Council between 1904 and 1913.