Beach encroachment: Police and soldiers out in force in Pattaya

PUBLISHED ON SAT, AUG 5, 2017 10:13 AM

Beach encroachment: Police and soldiers out in force in Pattaya

 

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A raiding party of police and soldiers descended on the beach area around the Asia Pattaya Hotel in Phratumnak yesterday.

They were acting on reports that several operators in the area have no right to be there, said Tnews.

A total of five establishments had no documents and were said to be encroaching on the beach.

They were given 30 days to dismantle their illegal properties. If they want an extension they would have to apply to the Pattaya authorities.

Several cases are tied up in legal wranglings at a Chonburi provincial level.

 

Source: Tnews

 

 
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