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Kaya Artemis Group Ignores Permit and Adds Extra Floors

Kaya Hotel GroupKaya Artemis Hotel Group bought the former Zeyko Olive Oil mill in Karaoglanolgu, obtained permission to build a 4-storey hotel, and then proceeded to build up to the 7th floor. Unsurprisingly building stopped when the local council closed the building.

The head of the local council, Nidai Gungordu, held a press conference in which he said that the company had disregarded the local council administration and during the Bayram period added an extra floor. Gungordu said they would now be applying to the court for a demolition order for the extra floors.

“the council was not opposed to the construction of hotels, student accommodations or hospitals as they were economically beneficial to the town; however this did not mean that people were free to do whatever they wanted, wherever they wanted”. He called on the investor to abide by the rules.

“There has been an issue with buildings over ten storeys since I came to office. Following a study, construction of such buildings was reduced to seven floors and five floors depending on their location.”

He added that the Kaya Artemis Group permit for the construction was clear and stated what could be built and where. However, warnings have been made and the demolition procedure is now being implemented.

“It doesn’t make me happy to do this, but at the same time, we are unhappy that the investor has disregarded the rules here. We will take every measure necessary, and any extra additions which do not conform to the rules will be demolished.”

What I’m more interested in, is whether big business rules and whether the courts will just tell the council to update the permission to allow Kaya Artemis Group to build whatever it wants. Failing that, they could always change the judge.

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2 comments to Kaya Artemis Group Ignores Permit and Adds Extra Floors

  • Gram

    “….is whether big business rules and whether the courts will just tell the council to update the permission to allow XXXX (pick a name) to build whatever it wants….”
    …EXACTLY as it is in the UK! (speaking with 40 years continuing and bitter personal experience.)

  • Gram

    Actually, to correct my earlier post – the courts are/were not even involved in my experiences – the two (multi-national) companies directly told the council to grant retrospective permissions, and with the assistance of (probably corrupt?) council employees, submitted falsified documents to “support” their retrospective “applications”……