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According to officials, the three-marla house was in a dilapidated condition.
He sought detailed reports from all the assistant commissioners about dilapidated buildings so that a decision can be taken on the next strategy.
While heritage advocates and ordinary citizens successfully petitioned against its proposed demolition, the El Hogar is just one of the many dilapidated historic buildings in our country that needs to be restored or otherwise become a life-threatening nuisance that must be demolished.
As many as 947 homes in dilapidated conditions have been renovated as part of a national scheme that was launched in 2013.
Summary: Khandwa (Madhya Pradesh) [India], July 13 (ANI): The Khandwa Municipal Corporation on Thursday issued a notice for demolition of the legendary singer Kishore Kumar's dilapidated 100-year-old house here.
RAWALPINDI -- Municipal Corporation (MC), Cantt Board (CB) and district management Rawalpindi have issued notices to the owners and tenants of over 400 dilapidated buildings to vacate them.
Around 396 dilapidated residential and commercial buildings have been demolished in four districts of Lahore division and efforts are under way to complete the task soon due to changing weather.
They arrive to find the building dilapidated but are won over by the enthusiastic young manager, and each embarks on their own adventures in the city.
HAFIZABAD -- Dead body of a minor girl was recovered from near Canal Colony while a young mason was killed when the dilapidated wall of a house fell on him during heavy rains in Pindi Bhattian on Wednesday.
Dubai: The decline in the number of dilapidated buildings not only means there are fewer eyesores in the city, but the level of safety among neighbourhoods has, in turn, been beefed up as well.
A proposal to renovate nearly 2,000 old and dilapidated homes across Bahrain's five governorates was approved by the Cabinet, a report said.