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Simon Richard Hamilton

Day On 11 October 2006, the Disciplinary Board considered the case of Simon Richard Hamilton Day, membership number 44618254, of West Bridgford, Nottingham.

On 3 May 2006 at Nottingham Crown Court Day was convicted, upon his own confession, of six charges of false accounting and four charges of theft. The charges related to offences Day had committed while employed by Van Elle Ltd as managing director of Van Elle Eastern, in East Dereham, Norfolk. On 24 May 2006 Day was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment and disqualifi ed for fi ve years from being a company director.

The Disciplinary Board found Day guilty of having breached Bylaw 35 and Rules one and two of the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Under the powers conferred on it by Bylaw 40, the Disciplinary Board ordered that Day should be expelled and that the fact and particulars of the order against him should be posted in the Institution and published.

Jeremy Ashley Young

On 11 October 2006, the Disciplinary Board considered the allegations against Jeremy Ashley Young, membership number 42409370, of Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire.

It was alleged that Young had employed an engineer upon a domestic building project who was not properly qualified and that Young did not adequately supervise him when the project was being undertaken.

The Disciplinary Board found Young guilty of having breached Bylaw 25 and Rules one and two of the Rules of Professional Conduct.

Under the powers conferred on it by Bylaw 40, the Disciplinary Board ordered that Young should be reprimanded and should pay £350 towards the costs incurred by the Disciplinary Board, and that the fact and particulars of the Order against him should be posted in the Institution and published.

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