The latest item of the Italian language blog Proclamatore Consapevole details a problem facing JWs their bid to move the Bethel from Rome (which they apparently sold) , into an existent structure in Bologna.
A recently enacted law requires existing buildings in that city to be retrofitted to withstand earthquakes. The problem is that the remedial work is (1) extremely expensive (in many, if not most cases, tearing down the building is cheaper); and (2) The work CANNOT be done by the usual volunteer labor JWs employ on construction projects; it must be contracted to a third-party specialist firm.
Tax-paying property owners in the city will get a tax abatement from the government to help with their costs... but of course, since WT is a tax-exempt "charity" it will have to foot the bill! Since they've committed to the sale of the Rome Bethel, it's quite a dilemma.