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     I've heard those same rumors, Cruncher, and I think there's some truth in them.  How else to explain the foot dragging.  As you said, the project is right next to the 'PATTAYA' sign, possibly the most prominent spot in Pattaya.  It would be one thing to have the project sit unfinished year after year in some out-of-the-way location but there?  In that location? Totally ridiculous. 

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On 7/8/2017 at 8:25 AM, YetAnother said:

kidding right ? project this size and they didnt do due diligence ?

"They" didn't need to.  It depends on which they.  A group of people that didn't care much, and were quite content to just take people's early deposit money, and didn't care if the project ever was finished.  Or since the government and regime changed radically, the approvals or processes are so convoluted, there is no rule of law.  So risky to buy into these sort of projects

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10 minutes ago, gk10002000 said:

"They" didn't need to.  It depends on which they.  A group of people that didn't care much, and were quite content to just take people's early deposit money, and didn't care if the project ever was finished.  Or since the government and regime changed radically, the approvals or processes are so convoluted, there is no rule of law.  So risky to buy into these sort of projects. 

are you suggesting Pattaya or any other city in Thailand and their political system for that matter is a so lawless, so unpredictable, so unreliable and so untrustworthy that a project previously approved like this one or any other  can be stopped 3 years later, in a state almost near completion by the government in charge then?

Really!

 

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14 hours ago, newnative said:

 Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome stated that the project – first launched in 2004 – has continually followed correct and fully transparent legal processes and he urged anyone alleging that shortcuts were taken to investigate the various hearings and reports themselves.'

There's the "who" if anyone really wanted to find know who is ultimately responsible for this shambles..

 

14 hours ago, newnative said:

As yet another day goes by my only wish is that someone in power has the cojones to either order it finished, with compliance changes, or order it torn down. 

And I would reckon good old Article 44 would be the "how" anything will be enforced.

 

Since the government-appointed city administration had to bend over and take one for the team with regard to the Kunplome-sanctioned Sukhumvit underpass hence the delays in getting the bloody thing opened, I am pretty sure they're waiting for some healing to take place before they bite the pillow on the Waterfront solution... whatever it may be.

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developers may have a window of opportunity to raise an argument  in court that  the road in front is now (apparently) wide enough to justify the height and the width of the structure due to the recent improvements made in the area for the traffic to flow better.

 

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that actually seems to make it look better. but then the problem was never how it looked from the front, the problem is that its an eyesore from the lookout

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9 minutes ago, pattayadude said:

developers may have a window of opportunity to raise an argument  in court that  the road in front is now (apparently) wide enough to justify the height and the width of the structure due to the recent improvements made in the area for the traffic to flow better.

 

ddd.jpg

 

Probably that is has been about all the time, that the local government would accommodate to the constructor, and construction will now pick up again.

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14 minutes ago, phycokiller said:

that actually seems to make it look better. but then the problem was never how it looked from the front, the problem is that its an eyesore from the lookout

well, maybe they have to change the location of the lookout and move it to the rooftop  for a true

bird's eye view:offtopic2:

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4 hours ago, pattayadude said:

well, maybe they have to change the location of the lookout and move it to the rooftop  for a true

bird's eye view:offtopic2:

nice idea, a cat walk to a cafe, bungy jump as well

 

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4 minutes ago, phycokiller said:

nice idea, a cat walk to a cafe, bungy jump as well

 

don't forget  the water slide to the crystal clear waters of the bay. that would be a nice addition

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7 hours ago, pattayadude said:

developers may have a window of opportunity to raise an argument  in court that  the road in front is now (apparently) wide enough to justify the height and the width of the structure due to the recent improvements made in the area for the traffic to flow better.

 

ddd.jpg

Well iets easy to always be negative but looking at the photo they made a decent size pool..

ohh wait or is that the new park? What a joke!

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23 minutes ago, Destiny1990 said:

Well iets easy to always be negative but looking at the photo they made a decent size pool..

ohh wait or is that the new park? What a joke!

Take it down just my opinion 

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