Authorities in the central Vietnamese city of Da Nang have imposed a VND150 million (US$6,540) fined upon the developer of a building after several of their violations were detected.
A source close to Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper confirmed on Sunday that the municipal People’s Committee had penalized Summit Building Company.
The firm is the developer of The Summit Building, an officetel project on Nguyen Van Linh Street in Thanh Khe District.
Summit Building Company was previously found committing several violations in the implementation of the project, including going against the content of the building permit in the construction of the first to twelfth floors.
The company has agreed to pay the fine, while the construction has been suspended.
Within 60 days after the violations are booked, Summit Building Company must carry out procedures to request local authorities to adjust its building permit.
If the firm fails to do so, it will be required to dismantle the illegal parts of the project.
The Summit Building project is carried out on an area of 1,301 square meters, consisting of 13 stories and one basement.
This project is located in the city center and near Da Nang International Airport.
Its office space and apartments have been advertised on many real estate websites.