For two years the local officials in the Phuket City district of Rassada have ignored the impending wall fall because of divided opinions about the liability, protesters told Phuket Governor Nisit Jansomwong.
The wall backs onto seven properties, the governor was told, and the home owners are seeking about 900,000 baht in compensation from their developer neighbor to shore up their properties.
Parts of buildings are also likely to collapse, the protesters said.
Governor Nisit today ordered an inspection of the property, which is on the opposite side of Thepkasattri Road, not far from the SuperCheap store.
The inspection is likely to take place this afternoon.