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Villages in Tejakula, North Bali Claim Tourist Accommodation Project Violates Zoning Laws and Has No Building Permit.

Bali News: Tejakula, Buleleng, North Bali, Zoning Rule Violations, Gede Sumendra
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A number of residents from the North Bali Villa of Tejakula in Buleleng are complaining about the construction of tourism accommodation that violates setback rules stipulated in the Province's Zoning Regulations of 2009.

The State News Agency Antara quoted a local villager, Gede Sumendra, who said, “I am disappointed because the building clearly violates rules on set back from the high water mark.”

Moreover, according to Sumendra, the tourist accommodation has never received a building permit (IMB) that, according to the law, should be approved and in hand before construction is commenced.

Villages are also upset with the way land was excavated by the building’s owner.

While the accommodation owner insists he purchased the land used by the buildings from two men identified as Wayan Sena and Nyoman Simpen, local villagers take issue  But, because the land used by the building stands in the right-of-way of 100-meters from the high water mark, the land is owned by the State and, as such, cannot be sold or purchased

In the meantime, Commission I of the Buleleng House of Representatives (DPRD-Buleleng) has visited the location used by the tourism accommodation to investigate complaints received from the public

A member of Commission I, Dewa Putu Cakra, told the press that the accusations of violating zoning and other rules must be addressed and clarified before the project can proceed.

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