STEPHEN J CLARK aged 51 of Nelson Road, Poole. Admitted at Highland Road, Poole, dishonestly making a false representation, namely the defendant was able to certify his work for the purposes of Part P of the Building Regulations, intending to make a financial gain. Also admitted at Totmel Road, Poole, dishonestly making a false representation, namely the defendant was able to certify his work for the purposes of Part P of the Building Regulations, intending to make a financial gain and supplying a Kewtech Electrical Installation which was not for that purpose. Also admitted at Wareham Road, Lytchett Matravers being a trader engaged in a commercial practice which was a misleading action in that it contained false information and was therefore untruthful, namely that certain electrical installation works were fit for purpose when they were not, also did not supply with owner of the above property with written notice of her right to cancel work to install an electrical socket, an interior light and remove a socket as specified by Regulation 7(2) of The Cancellation of Contracts. To pay victim surcharge of £60. Costs of £2,500. Community order made. The defendant required to participate in Education, Training and Employment for 15 days and carry out unpaid work for 250 hours within the next 12 months for the above offences.
SCOTT WILLIAM LINDSAY aged 22 of Herm Road, Poole. Admitted driving a Peugeot 306, Reg No R127 MLJ, on Ringwood Road, Bournemouth otherwise than in accordance with a licence. Also admitted driving the above vehicle without third party insurance. Also admitted driving the above vehicle with tyres with insufficient tread – less than 1.6 mm. Fined a total of £185. To pay victim surcharge of £20. Costs £85. Licence endorsed with eight points.