Penza court received directions to remove four flower kiosks
Penza, 5 December 2014. PenzaNews. The Penza administration addressed the court on behalf of the prosecutor’s office with a request to remove four flower kiosks that were illegally erected by an individual businessman Sergei Mishinev by houses on Suvorova street, 139, Ternovskovo street, 158, Austrina street, 150, and Karpinskovo street, 33.
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As Yuliya Makarova, Senior Assistant Attorney of the Penza region in Media Relations, told PenzaNews agency, the entrepreneur was several times accused of violating the urban planning laws in 2014.
“The investigation established that the entrepreneur was rented several land plots for flower kiosks according to the orders of the head of Penza city administration. According to these orders, the entrepreneur was not allowed to build any permanent structures on the aforementioned land. However, the investigation ordered by the prosecutor revealed that the buildings constructed and being constructed on the aforementioned addresses are permanent structures according to the manner of their erection,” the agency interlocutor explained.
She noted that three kiosks – on Ternovskovo, Austrina and Suvorova streets – are already working, even though the entrepreneur received no permissions for their use.
Yulia Makarova added that the prosecutor’s office of the Leninsky area of the Penza city, having received the evidence of violations, requested the city administration to resume the investigation of earlier statement on rectifying the found points.
“As per request of the prosecutor’s office, the Penza city administration has issued the court order to destroy illegally erected buildings on Suvorova and Ternovskovo streets. Similar orders are currently under review in relation to land plots on Austrina and Karpinskovo streets. Along with that, the prosecutor’s office issued the relevant orders to arrest the aforementioned constructions, along with a ban on their utilization. The case was placed under control of the Penza region prosecutor’s office until the court order is placed and introduced into power,” the agency interlocutor explained.