A horse race is arranged at the Royal Grass Club in Dusit district, Bangkok. (File picture)

The Crown Residential or commercial property Bureau has actually required the Royal Grass Club leave the Nang Loeng horse-racing track in Dusit district, Bangkok, in 180 days or September after its lease ended 19 years earlier.

Media reported that Anant Waiwitaya, a legal affairs authorities of the bureau, composed to the club on Wednesday to require the departure.

The letter described 3 lease agreements for the track, its five-storey stand, 2 six-storey parking structures, a five-storey management structure, a one-storey structure and a pool.

The six-month agreements were signed on Sept 29, 1999. The leas vary from 10,000-30,000 baht a month.

The bureau composed that the club needed to leave the substance within the set due date due to the fact that the bureau needed to utilize the land and the structures.

The horse-racing track was formally opened in 1916 or 102 years earlier.

Efforts to move it were gone over throughout the previous federal governments of Chuan Leekpai and Thaksin Shinawatra. Pattaya was when designated for its brand-new place however the board of the Royal Grass Club mentioned monetary restraints as a significant challenge.

In 2003, the moving expense was approximated at about 1 billion baht.

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