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Shorten Buildings or We Will, City Hall Tells Two Developers

The Phnom Penh municipal government will today issue announcements to two property developers ordering them to partially demolish buildings near the Royal Palace in order to reduce their height to comply with the original planning agreements, an official said. The two buildings—one owned by Vattanac Properties ...

Aun Pheap and Simon Henderson
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/shorten-buildings-or-we-will-city-hall-tells-two-developers-45510/

Plans Name Developer of Sisowath Quay Site

Architectural plans of a property development that is blamed for causing structural damage to French colonial-era buildings on Phnom Penh’s Sisowath Quay show drawings of a five-story residential building, complete with underground car parking. According to the plans, dated July 11, the mysterious company behind ...

Vattanac in damage denial

A top executive from Cambodian company Vattanac yesterday denied the firm had damaged colonial-era buildings along the capital’s riverfront, as one local business owner sought a new home. Construction at a Vattanac building site – situated on Phnom Penh’s Sisowath Quay – has been at ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011080350834/National-news/vattanac-in-damage-denial.html

Digging up trouble at riverside work site

Work supposedly began again at a construction site along Sisowath Quay after authorities had put a stop to it the day before due to damage being caused to surrounding buildings. 11 families have been evacuated as a result and local business have had their properties ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011072850693/National-news/digging-up-trouble-at-riverside-work-site.html

Vattanac: A Tale of Two City Developments

Vattanac may still be a family business, but a symbol of its big aspirations can be seen emerging from Phnom Penh’s skyline on Monivong Boulevard, where the company is building a 38-story tower that will house its headquarters next year. The tower, which was designed ...

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