Dozens of construction projects have been illegally built around the Tuyen Lam Lake in Dalat City.
Lam Dong Province authorities have asked Thien Nhan Company to stop the construction of a tourism project. Lan Anh Company was found to have violated several regulations involving a 30-metre-long embankment and two villas that cover hundreds of square metres. All of them haven’t been given building permits.
Other violating companies including Sao Da Lat, Lac Nam Eco-Tourism, Ly Khuong and Tra Vuon Thuong companies. Dozens of constructions have been built without a permit, out of the rental land or encroached on the protected area around Tuyen Lam Lake.
Ly Khuong Company started illegal construction on a 28,000-square-metre land. However, of which 23,000 square metres are outside of the leased land. Over 43 constructions of Sao Da Lat Company also encroached upon other land.
Lam Dong authorities asked investors to quickly remove the constructions in June. Forced removal will be applied if investors fail to obey the regulations. Lam Dong People’s Committee will also review individual responsibilities in state agencies for letting such mass violations to occur.
The violations around Tuyen Lam Lake has been reported by the media in the past. Most of the violations occurred long ago but have never been handled properly. In April, Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh asked Lam Dong People’s Committee to deal with the violations, review individual responsibilities and report back to the prime minister by August 1.