Layan lockout: Public access denied amid Supreme Court wrangle for B10bn beachfront land

Layan lockout: Public access denied amid Supreme Court wrangle for B10bn beachfront land

By The Phuket News

 

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One of the gates that once allowed access to Layan Beach is now chain-locked to prevent trespassers. Photo: The Phuket News
 

PHUKET: MaAnn Samran, Chief of the Cherng Talay Tambon Administration Organisation (OrBorTor) is advising people to keep clear and not enter any gates installed at properties along the Layan beachfront while the Supreme Court hears an appeal by five people claiming to own the land in question.

 

The Supreme Court last held a hearing on the appeals late last month, but has yet to rule on any of the appeals, he said.

 

“Gates have been installed and locked to prevent public access to several properties along the beachfront. The gates remain there because there is nothing I can do while the appeals are being heard in court,” Mr MaAnn told The Phuket News.


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