Bulgaria's Directorate for National Construction Supervision (DNCS) has issued a total of 193 orders for the demolition of illegally constructed buildings, including 94 on the north coastline and 99 along the southern coast, DNCS head Ivan Simitchiev told a news conference in Bourgas on March 31, as quoted by Dnevnik daily.
All of the developments were located on the beach-front.
A fair number of the violations were ascertained in establishments serving food. A common transgression was their sewerage conduits being septic pits sprawling on the beach, which was highly inadmissible, Simitchiev commented.
Old construction units were found on many beaches and, consequently, the authorities had worked out demolition acts, according to the Spatial Planning of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coastline Act. These establishments had the status of temporary assembly constructions and had to be wiped out by municipalities, Simitchiev noted.