A tiny wooden house built last year has been turned back into a garage.
The infamous property, dubbed the 'narrowest house in London, was erected in Manor Road, Leyton.
It was finally converted this month following enforcement action by the council.
Owner Mohammed Akhlaq, 53, of Zim Properties, based in Leytonstone High Road, squeezed the property between a gap in a row of terraced houses in May 2013.
Mr Akhlaq was ordered to remove the bathroom, kitchen and internal portioning - and restore the garage to its original condition.
An appeal against the notice to the national Planning Inspectorate failed and the owner was ordered to contribute towards the council’s legal costs.