A millionaire businessman has promised to repair woodland that he was taken to court for destroying.
Philip Day, owner of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill chain, has been ordered to pay almost £1 million in fines and costs, after trees were chopped down on his land near Brampton in Cumbria.
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