References in periodicals archive ?
The court decided there was no evidence Mr Tricker was discriminated against.
The whole affair has been an absolute nightmare for us, " said Mr Tricker, who revealed that since getting planning permission, some businesses had expressed an interest.
NIGHTMARE: 'For no fault of our own we have been through years of hell, ' says David Tricker
Mr Tricker said that the "complex" affair had taken its toll on his health and that his 55-year-old wife had twice tried to take her own life as their debts mounted.
Then just days later Mr Tricker lost a county court case against the council in which he claimed he had been refused help to set up a horticulture therapy centre for epileptics because of his "Englishness".
The court decided that there was no evidence that Mr Tricker was discriminated against.