Former PiS senator against construction supervision. The lawlessness is still standing, the wall has not been demolished, but the trees have been cut down
Waldemar Bonkowski, former senator of Law and Justice, built a guesthouse by the lake. When it turned out that he had done so contrary to the building permit and the local development plan, he tried to change the plan. More than a year has passed and the building still stands. And what now?
In November last year, we revealed that former senator of Law and Justice, Waldemar Bonkowski, first received land from the state institution Wody Polskie in unclear circumstances, and then built a guesthouse – contrary to the building permit and the local development plan. The building and development of a small plot of land located in the town of Wdzydze Kiszewskie in Kashubia, as it turned out, can be considered so-called unauthorized construction. After our text, the matter was taken up by the District Construction Supervision Inspector (PINB) in Kościerzyna.
PINB then initiated the so-called remedial proceedings “regarding significant deviations from the approved construction design”.
A year after publication, we checked what had been done in this case – in view of the obvious and officially confirmed irregularities. How did local government authorities react to enforce compliance with applicable law against the former Law and Justice politician?
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