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Victory for British couple on Armona – 140 illegal buildings to be recategorised

The Environment Minister’s visit to Olhão last Monday for discussions with mayor Antónia Pina has resolved the Armona island land classification problems that have been the focus of international attention – due to the efforts of a British couple whose half-built home was under order to be demolished.

The construction of the seaside property owned by Paul Roseby and James Tod had been authorised by Olhão council despite the land area being national maritime reserve.


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