Resort encroaching on Navy land ordered demolished

The Royal Thai Navy (RTN) has ordered a luxury resort to cease its operations and to be demolished after an inspection discovered that it was illegally built on state land beneath the care of the RTN. The resort boasts six modified delivery containers made into pool villas and is situated on a hilltop in the Samae San sub-district, Chon Buri.
Star Over Sea received the order from the RTN to suspend operations after allegations of illegal encroachment on state land. Its online advertisements introduced consideration to questions on its legality.
Ads on Facebook supplied the resort’s massive pool villas for 15,000 baht per night time on weekdays and 16,500 baht per night on weekends. Those social media advertisements prompted the RTN to take legal motion in opposition to the resort.
Steal had been warned by RTN officers on August 18 final year to cease operating since the land it was situated on belongs to the Treasury Department. Authorities say the notification was ignored.
Now the commander of the Sattahip Naval Base issued an official letter to the local authorities requesting their cooperation in overseeing the demolition of the resort.
According to reviews, the resort proprietor, Rommanee Joe had utilized for permission to hire the state land for housing and agricultural purposes however her software was never approved. The luxury villas were built anyway, sprawled over about eleven rai of hilltop land.
After never receiving permission, ignoring orders to stop working, and then openly promoting the villas for lease on-line, the navy had sufficient. They have now ordered the owner to dismantle all of the structures and vacate the land inside 30 days..

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