Grenfell ‘expert’ facing criminal court hearing

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John Priestley to appear before magistrates on misuse of title charge

The expert witness sacked by the Grenfell Inquiry for falsely calling himself an architect will appear in court next week charged with misusing the title.

John Priestley is being prosecuted by the Architects Registration Board for offences under the Architects Act 1997.

Priestley, of John Priestley Associates, will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court on November 30 to face the allegations.

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