Coastal property owners facing property demolitions, it can only be Spain? Unfortunately not, misfortunate property owners along coastal Bulgaria may now be starting to become slightly apprehensive as the government has announced that it is to demolish property that has been illegally built along the coastline.
Bulgaria's Directorate for National Construction Supervision (DNCS), which started inspecting the legality of completed and ongoing construction along the Black Sea coastline on February 25, has already issued orders for the demolition of 57 units. Twenty five of them are on the north coastline and 32 are along the southern coast, the institution announced on its website. 24 units are to be demolished in the Golden Sands resort (pictured).
For the full story visit the site. The directorate has also decided that it will extend the period over which it will look into illegal construction, see here.
Hopefully this won't deter you from having a happy St. Patrick's Weekend.
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