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Topic: Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?
Posted by: Michael Brandt
Date/Time: 09/12/10 16:17:00

Several residents in South Ealing and Brentford got warnings and a few fined last winter by the environment agency enforcement officers.

It seems that they did not fine elderly residents but did assist in ensuring that they did have heat.

From the GLA "All burning of coal or wood is not allowed.
This is finable on the spot if a dwelling has alternative heating means.
Exceptions are in cases of hardship or no alternative."

But those who are burning wood or coal for effect are fined if they do not heed the warning. 1000

Strangely, I cannot find out if anyone has been done for burning charcoal in a barbeque. Which is also banned under the LEZ and Smoke control act in the GLA area.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
real wood fires allowed in ealing?06/12/10 21:34:00 Lucy Collins
   Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?06/12/10 21:47:00 George Knox
      Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?07/12/10 14:23:00 Robert Darke
   Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?08/12/10 09:08:00 Kean Marden
   Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?09/12/10 16:17:00 Michael Brandt
      Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?10/12/10 19:19:00 Susan Kelly
   Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?10/12/10 19:38:00 Michael Brandt
      Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?10/12/10 20:03:00 Susan Kelly
         Re:Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?10/12/10 22:28:00 George Knox
            Re:Re:Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?10/12/10 23:10:00 Oliver Gregan
         Re:Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?15/12/10 17:23:00 J Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?15/12/10 19:18:00 Susan Kelly
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?15/12/10 19:51:00 J Smith
   Re:real wood fires allowed in ealing?15/12/10 17:21:00 Eugene Wroblewsi

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