The Thai Condominium Association is set to propose that construction areas of less than 10,000 sq metres be exempt from environmental impact assessment. Should there be an exemption?

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The Thai Condominium Association is set to propose that construction areas of less than 10,000 sq metres be exempt from environmental impact assessment. Should there be an exemption?

The Thai Condominium Association is set to propose that construction areas of less than 10,000 sq metres be exempt from environmental impact assessment.  Should there be an exemption?

  • Start date:Jun 24, 2014
  • End date:Jun 25, 2014
  • Voters: 953 times
  • Yes
    5.7%
  • No
    93.7%
  • I don't know
    0.6%

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  • Discussion 1 : 24 Jun 2014 at 23.161

    If anything it should be strict and green space increased double .There should tax incentives for buildings that build with green design and technology though .

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