Philip Field and Wife to be prosecuted by Manukau City Council

This is an update from this mornings post where I promised to give full details of Phillip and Maxine Fields legal problems with the Manukau City Council. The Herald have attempted to find more information as well.

I have sighted documents from several confidential sources about the case and the details are as follows;

Council Officers inspecting a property found significant and un-permitted alterations to a property owned by T P Field Developments Limited. T P Field Developments Limited, company number 1123123 was registered on 16 March 2001 and Companies Office records show Taito Philip Field and Maxine Gallagher-Field as the Directors with the shares held entirely by Taito Philip Field and having a registered office of 594 Massey Road, Mangere which is also the address listed for Taito Phillip Field and Maxine Gallagher-Field.

The Manukau City Council has had numerous occasions to deal with T P Field Developments Limited over un-permitted work. The work they investigated was un-permitted and given the extensive nature of the work and the previous history of  T P Field Developments Limited the council officers recommended to the Hearing Committee that the council prosecute, because the actions were deliberate and egregious flouting of permit regulations. The Committee endorsed the recommendations of the officers and the Manukau City has has now initiated proceeding against the Directors of T P Field Developments Limited, those being Taito Phillip Field and Maxine Gallagher Field.

The documents I have sighted are real and authenticated. The Manukau City is prosecuting the Directors of T P Field Development Limited. Those Directors are Taito Philip Field and Maxine Gallagher-Field.

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