“Covid” houses right on the seafront will be demolished. The Provincial Construction Supervision Inspector in Gdańsk finally concluded that the entire housing estate in Mechelinki was unauthorized construction. However, the developer has the right to appeal to the administrative court.
10 houses located on the very shore of the Puck Bay will be irrevocably demolished. – This is a final decision that the investor is obliged to implement. However, he has the right to submit a complaint to the administrative court within 30 days – informs Małgorzata Liczbik, deputy provincial inspector of construction supervision in Gdańsk.
The Provincial Construction Supervision Inspector in Gdańsk decided that the entire estate was unauthorized construction because it was inconsistent with the spatial development plan and did not have a building permit. – It was not a Covid investment – emphasizes Liczbik.
The houses could not be built without any formalities to fight the pandemic, although the developer assured that these were not tourist apartments for sale, but a sanatorium for recovered people. He arbitrarily built the houses in the buffer zone of a landscape park and the court fined him for violating nature protection regulations.
The issue of fines
If the developer appeals to the court, he may seek to stop the demolition. The process will take up to several years.
– I think that the issue of dismantling such an investment will be a signal that it is not worth taking shortcuts, that the investment should be carried out in accordance with the regulations – says Marcin Majek, mayor of the Kosakowo commune.
If administrative courts uphold the decision on demolition and the developer of the estate does not remove it, he will be exposed to a fine. Today it is PLN 35,000 for each of the 10 houses. He will also have to pay for demolition performed by another company hired by the construction supervision.
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