The home which Robert Fidler must demolish
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Inside the mock Tudor castle that must be demolished

A farmer who built a mock Tudor castle without planning permission is preparing to spend his last Christmas in his home before it is demolished.

Robert Fidler, 66, hid the building behind straw bales for four years when he built it in Redhill, Surrey.

Following almost a decade of legal battles, he has been told to demolish it by June or face three months in prison.

Yvette Austin has been given a tour of the property.

  • 17 Dec 2015
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