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Developer fined ¥230m
    2017-November-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A PROPERTY developer was fined 230 million yuan (US$34.68 million) for illegally expanding and annexing an office building it developed in Futian.

Shenzhen Yinglong Property Development Co. was approved to develop a 37-story office building on Xinwen Road in Futian District. After the construction plan passed a review in August 2013, the developer, without approval, added another floor and expanded the size of floors one through 37.

The urban planning, land and resources commission issued a penalty of 16.83 million yuan in July 2015, requiring the developer to restore the structure to the original plan and dismantle the annexation. The company paid the fine in December 2015, but was unable to pay the overdue fees, totaling 16.83 million yuan.

In April 2016, the company dismantled the 2007-square-meter 38th floor, but a major supporting structure on the 38th floor and the annexation on each floor couldn’t be dismantled.

Last December, the city’s urban planning, land and resources commission withdrew the penalty and commissioned its subordinate bureau in Futian District to confiscate the illegal structure which couldn’t be dismantled. In January, the Futian planning and land bureau issued the punishment to confiscate the 7,616-square-meter structure.

As the decision was hard to execute, the Futian bureau decided to confiscate 197.7 million yuan from the revenue of selling the offices this October.

(Han Ximin)

 

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