No Permits For Greek Public Buildings

    tromaktiko (1)While Greece requires buildings to be inspected and have permits many of those belong to municipalities and the government don’t have any including the Olympic Stadium, whose roof which is said to be in worsening condition because of a lack of maintenance.

    Others without permits include major sports centers and facilities in Thessaloniki as well as many buildings in Agios Kosmas of Attica.

    The stadium that hosted the 2004 games cost some $130 million but never received official approval to be built although its design award went to the renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.

    Other buildings without permits to have been built include The National Shooting center of Byronas in Athens, the National Sports Center of Thessaloniki, the National Stadium of Komotini, the Panepirotic National Sports Center of Ioannina, the Pan-Peloponnesian National Sports Center of Patras, the National Stadium of Naupaktos, the National Sports Center of Heraklion and the National Sports Centre of Chania, authorities said.



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