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Revision For Thailand's EIA Process

Category: Real estate, Posted:23 Sep 2011 | 06:00 am

Thailand's Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning are in the process of revising the nation's environmental impact analysis approval process.
Reports in the media have citied the key drivers to be the spate of policy issues on high profile industrial estates such as Map Ta Phuket and local community groups effected by development projects.
Greater public participation in the process is expected. Public hearing for large-scale projects are expected to be an upshot of the new initiative.

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Go Ahead. Get Your Ya-Ya’s Out

Category: Tourism, Posted:17 Jan 2021 | 06:00 am Close your eyes. Go ahead. Remember a time when you were young. The magic as a kid, taking blankets, sheets, or even boxes and creating a fantastical tent or unique crazed getaway in the house. Letting your imagination go wild and take you on a journey to incredible places. Or pitching a tent in the […]
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Is Thailand Ready For Legalized Gambling?

Category: Tourism, Posted:16 Jan 2021 | 13:38 pm Topping Thailand’s economic news are comments by the Prime Minister that he is willing to consider opening up gambling, according to the Bangkok Post. With the Thai economy struggling at funding an economic recovery process that has been under extreme duress by Covid-19, the question now will the pandemic be an accelerator of a long-lasting […]
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Phuket’s World Class Creative Mad Metal Men

Category: Tourism, Posted:15 Jan 2021 | 09:15 am The Underwood Art Factory with its crazy, cool, innovative metal sculptures and fabrication is one of the island’s best global exports to some of the leading design hotels around the globe. Founder John Underwood’s long-term work with renowned design guru Bill Bensley has seen his work showcased in countless iconic locations and properties. The Underwood […]