Penza Karpinskovo street, 3A building fully demolished
Penza, 12 December 2015. PenzaNews. The illegally constructed building located in Penza city on Karpinskovo street, 3A has been fully demolished.
The Service of Court Bailiffs and the Penza region administration have signed the act on completion of enforcement procedures, the official representative of the FSCB in the region Yana Zagrebelnaya told PenzaNews agency.
“The subcontractor completed the required work in full despite the weather, and fully cleared the landplot of construction waste. In the upcoming year, court bailiffs will have to follow on several more court decisions on demolition of illegally constructed buildings,” she said.
As PenzaNews agency reported earlier, on 22 October 2014 the Leninsky city area court of Penza satisfied the claim of the city administration to enforce the businessman Dmitry Rumyantsev to demolish the illegally constructed building on Karpinskovo street, 3A. The counter-claim against the city hall for ownership of partially constructed building was dismissed.
Dmitry Rumyantsev has appealed the court decision. On 24 March 2015, the Civil Chamber of the Penza region court has dismissed the appeal. The same day saw the compilation of the court order, and the enforcement proceeding started on April 21.
On August 5, the businessman Dmitry Rumyantsev and the city administration head Yuri Krivov met in the city hall. During the meeting, the land plot owner insisted on coming to a settlement, expressing his intention to legalize the modified construction and work on improvement of the adjacent area. However, Olga Maximova, acting head of the Penza Urban Planning and Architecture Department, countered that by saying the building was left open to the elements for a significant amount of time, and therefore could pose danger to its future visitors if opened. Yuri Krivov agreed with these words, and added that such buildings “must not be by the city’s main monument.”
On the same day, Dmitry Rumyantsev, a person whom the bailiffs were unable to locate in person for a long time, received a reconduction order; in the Federal Bailiff Service office, he received the documents waiting for him, including the court decision enforcement statement.
The demolition process began on November 30.