via The Nation, 09 February 2018: The situation in Bangkok’s Mahakan Fort community looks increasingly worse as the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority backtracks on past promises and demolishes one of the most iconic houses in the 100-year-old community.
The demolition on Thursday of the “landmark” House No 99 in Bangkok’s Mahakan Fort community did not bode well for the remaining 15 antique wooden homes, independent city-planning expert Paranee Sawadirak said.
- Something rotten in handling of Mahakan Fort issue | Bangkok Post, 12 February 2018
- Amid demolitions, Mahakan residents fight for heritage | The Nation, 04 February 2018
- BMA denies promise to save Mahakan houses | The Nation, 30 January 2018
- Group takes battle for Mahakan community to Prawit | Bangkok Post, 29 January 2018