At a meeting with the developers of the Waterfront Suites and Residences, it was pointed out that there were a few incorrect details published in last week’s Pattaya Mail.
Tulip Group purchased Bali Hai Company Ltd. and the Waterfront project in July 2011, complete with all EIA and construction permit approvals already in place, as the applications were processed and granted under the ownership of the previous owners in 2008, and not Tulip Group. The construction of the project began in September 2012.
Construction was halted (in August this year) due to a modification of the design of the building’s staircase. The modification request has been submitted, and construction will resume once the issue of the staircase is cleared.
The developers stated that during a land inspection on Friday, August 29, performed by Chonburi Land Department officials, Banglamung District Branch officials and officials from Pattaya City’s Engineering Department, it was found that the positions of the landmark pins had not moved. The developers also stated they had not encroached on to City land.
The developers are not currently facing any charges against them, and the project has full EIA approval and construction permit.
The developers told Pattaya Mail that they plan to release an official statement in a near future.