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No more mockery it’s a landslide

The Pissouri Housing Initiative Group (PHIG) have issued a news release ‘No more mockery, it’s a landslide’, in response to the Auditor-General’s comments that the state had no obligation to compensate homeowners.

Angry Pissouri residents block highway

Pissouri residents blocked the Limassol Paphos highway to protest over the government’s delay in compensating homeowners whose homes are being destroyed by the landslide to the south east of the village.

Government must help Pissouri landslide victims

The Government of Cyprus must protect Pissouri landslide victims from the consequences of the uninsurable natural disaster, as is their right under Article 1 of Protocol 1 of the European Convention on Human Rights.

Government not accountable for Pissouri landslide

The Auditor General has argued that it’s developers, not government, responsible for the landslide in Pissouri and that it’s unacceptable to transfer the burden of responsibility to government.

Five more Armou landslide victims

A creeping landslide is slowly destroying a further five homes at Armou in Paphos and there are ominous signs that they will eventually be served with banning orders like the six declared uninhabitable in 2012.

Slippage of stricken Tala development accelerates

Heavy rain has accelerated the land slippage on a doomed development in Tala, which consists of four apartments, two villas and eight townhouses; the developer has provided alternative properties.

Pissouri landslide: the living hell

As the landslide in Pissouri gains momentum destroying everything in its path more residents are living in hell in the village once described by Gordon Honeycombe as being on ‘The Edge of Heaven’.

Compensation for Pissouri homeowners

The Government has finally agreed to pay compensation to residents in Pissouri whose homes have been damaged by the landslide and to undertake a study to see if the area can be stabilised.

Pissouri landslide MP plans after-dark visit

Victims of the landslide in the Limnes area of Pissouri are puzzled why MP Demitris Syllouris is planning to visit the area after dark when it will be impossible to see the destruction.

Fighting for Pissouri landslide victims

The lawyer acting for the victims of the landslide in the Limnes area of Pissouri has called on the government to stop pretending, admit there is a landslide and compensate those affected.

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