Bulgarian authorities have initiated legal procedures that must be completed demolition of properties in the area of Lake I?KUR near Sofia, as well as on the outskirts of Burgas.
According to the Minister of Regional Development of Bulgaria Rosen Plevnelieva, subject to the destruction of 216 buildings in these areas, reports The Sofia Echo.
Earlier, Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov announced the demolition or confiscation of 45 luxury villas that had been illegally constructed on the banks of Ivaylovgradskogo reservoir. The owners of these villas are the officials and businessmen from Sofia, as well as from the southern town of Svilengrad, which is home to the most significant in Bulgaria the number of millionaires per capita.
The country's authorities have decided to come to grips with this problem. Now the National Revenue Agency in conjunction with the Bulgarian Prosecutor's Office launched an investigation into the legality of elite housing. The first stage of the verification procedure is to fly-privileged areas by helicopters and map objects, which cause suspicion of their size or overly luxurious appearance. Then, with respect to such facilities being checks - focuses on permits. Note that power is concentrated on checking the homes of government employees.
According to the CEO of Bulgarian House Alexandra Garmashevskogo, checks are carried out within the framework of the government to fight corruption. Russians and other foreign owners of real estate in Bulgaria, these measures will not be affected, experts say.
Later, the Bulgarian Government intends to amend its legislation in order to simplify the procedure for demolition of illegally erected property.