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Airports of Thailand plans commercial complex land at Suvarnabhumi Airport

Monday, August 27th, 2007

Airports of Thailand (AOT) plans to develop 1,000 rai of vacant land at Suvarnabhumi Airport into a commercial complex containing a three-star hotel, exhibition hall and shops.

The Bt10-billion site is located in the airport’s northeastern corner, close to the transportation terminal and some petrol stations.

Construction is expected to start early next year on the 300-room hotel and the exhibition hall next to it, said Narongchai Tanadchang-saeng, deputy general manager for business development.

The retail area will consist of local-product shops, restaurants, spa and massage facilities and a food court. A golf course is also on the drawing board.




Cabinet cancels Suvarnabhumi metropolis project

Sunday, April 8th, 2007

Military-installed cabinet accepted the Interior Ministry’s request to withdraw the draft bill on the proposed establishment of a special administrative zone around Suvarnabhumi airport from scrutiny by the Council of State.

The move comes because it was the Thaksin government-initiated project and was blasted in a series of recent polls conducted by the military installed’s ministry.

Deputy military’s government spokeswoman Netpreeya Chumchaiyo said the request was accepted after the ministry forwarded the findings and recommendations of a series of surveys on the draft bill.




Councillor to help residents near Suvarnabhumi with more appropriate land prices

Monday, March 12th, 2007

The City Council will be asked to issue a royal decree to regulate the price of land expropriated near Suvarnabhumi airport.

A survey found many residents suffering from aircraft noise were demanding high compensation for having to move out of Suvarnabhumi areas.

Peerakorn Veerakulsunthorn, a Democrat from Chom Thong district who sits on the council panel coordinating problem-solving at the airport, said about 1,200 families were affected and faced expropriation of their land near the new Bangkok Airport.

Most of them wanted high compensation. They were demanding as much as 12,000 baht a square metre for their land.




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