“Don’t invest in Portugal” says British couple in desperate fight to save their Armona home
The British couple, whose Armona home has been condemned for demolition, staged a demonstration outside Olhão’s town hall this morning with a crowd of around 200 people agreeing that when it comes to property, “there is a dark side to Portugal.”
James Tod and Paul Roseby’s half-built island home has been targeted for demolition by Sebastião Teixeira, head of the Algarve’s Environment Agency. The property is collateral damage in a long-running battle between Teixeira and local Olhão mayor, António Pina.
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