Residents in the Croatian capital Zagreb are to be forced to change their house number signs after a new law was introduced. Zagreb City Council want to uniform street and house number signs, and Zagreb residents have until 2017 to make the change, reports Jutarnji list.
Those living in the upper part of town face a 500 kuna (70 euro) bill for the specially designed new signs, whilst the rest of the city will play around 100 kuna (15 euros) for the change. Zagreb City Council are expected to spend around 4 million euros on the new signs.
The fine for those caught without the new signs will be between 3 and 8,000 kuna (400-1,050 euros), whilst those caught destroying or stealing the signs will face fines between 550 – 1200 euros).