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Beachfront land ruling rattles Phuket

The Phuket News

 

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Rawai Mayor Aroon Solos (2nd from right) was present when court officials inspected the Eva Beach project in 2015. Photo: The Phuket News / file

 

PHUKET:-- A beachfront condo project in Phuket is to be ordered to remove townhouses built illegally along the shore after a court has found Rawai Municipality guilty of neglecting to perform its duties in upholding building and environmental regulations and illegally issuing building permits.

 

Judge Jamgad Cgunpolwong of the regional Administrative Court in Nakhon Sri Thammarat handed down the verdict last Tuesday (Aug 1).

 

The court found that buildings built along the shorefront as part of the Eva Beach development exceeded height restrictions, occupied a footprint greater than legally allowed and did not confirm to the building permit approved, among other infractions.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/beachfront-land-ruling-rattles-phuket-63358.php#4xDTRgYoMvfjg3Qw.97

 
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trogers    9,280

Look for the developer and designer of the submission drawings...

 

Takes two hands to clap.

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Psimbo    1,301

It's not Phuket that is rattled but the previous receivers of brown envelopes. Hopefully this is the thin end of the wedge.

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sweatalot    4,340

Good work by this government. Similar actions  never  seen before.

Hope they continue 

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ChrisY1    7,485
11 hours ago, Psimbo said:

It's not Phuket that is rattled but the previous receivers of brown envelopes. Hopefully this is the thin end of the wedge.

They may have to return their packages....of which, most would have been spent:))

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jobwolf    144

Please, please double the Judges Salary and send him to Phuket, this would be the best thing ever happening to Phuket.

 

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YetAnother    1,635
13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

a court has found Rawai Municipality guilty of neglecting to perform its duties

the municipality did exactly what they thought their duties were, collect money at the back door; all these foolish laws are  just distractions:saai:

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It catches up with everyone. No one stays in power for ever. The official moves on and the new one finds the problem then your dream home is demolished.  Can't wait for the carnage to hit Koh Samui. We'll get back the beaches and be able to enjoy them.

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quadperfect    339

Money fixes everything.you wont hear about this story again.

Nothing will be demolished.

Can you immagine how many places are just like this.

It cant happen. No one would ever buy in phuket again.

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xylophone    2,324
16 hours ago, Psimbo said:

It's not Phuket that is rattled but the previous receivers of brown envelopes. Hopefully this is the thin end of the wedge.

I would like to think that, but connections, power and money will dictate that the wedge isn't driven in ''too far"!

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thaibutty    53
16 hours ago, stevenl said:

If I were the guy building just before Krating I'd be very wary of this verdict.

I heard that many Thais are very upset about that building including some influential people. And complaints have been filed already. 
Hopefully they will be able to remove that eyesore quickly...

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Bangkok Barry    2,194
14 hours ago, sweatalot said:

Good work by this government. Similar actions  never  seen before.

Hope they continue 

 

It has nothing to do with the government. It was dealt with by the courts.

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