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 Restaurant owner defies demolition order

On Friday, a fight broke out between Pattaya City officials and the proprietor of a restaurant in the Bang Lamung neighborhood near Bali Hai Pier as authorities were carrying out the city’s order to tear down the unlicensed establishment.
The owner threatened to file a lawsuit against those from the Pattaya Building Control Department for entering his property without permission.
On September 22, 2022, city officials issued an order to demolish a one-story concrete building and an accompanying steel structure that were illegally constructed on Om Laem Road in the Nong Prue subdistrict.

The owner was apparently advised by the city to apply for an appropriate permit in July of last year in order to prevent demolition, but he reportedly failed to do so by the deadline, leading to the issuance of the demolition order.

The order states that the building must be torn down within 30 days and that the owner must pay a 168,900 baht demolition charge.

The city filed a court appeal for a detention order, which is presently being handled, after it was claimed that the owner did not cooperate with authorities after the order was granted.
In the resort city, Bali Hai Pier is a well-known tourist destination. It has a dock for boats going to Koh Lan in the Gulf of Thailand as well as a sizable square for public events and food vendors. The island’s white-sand beach is well-known.


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