- February 2, 2008 at 6:46 pm #53615
Have owned some building land, in Alhaurin el Grande for over 18 years. This land has had urbanisation permission since 1983 and has been included in the PGOU since that time. However there was a restriction on the land in that we could not build unless the whole area was developed at the same time (ours is in the middle). It has taken all these years for the area to be sold. A developer purchased the land 2 years ago, put in a plan but the environmental plan was declared non-viable due to the excessive strain on the environment. A rumour is going around that the developer is now suing the Town Hall for compensation as the Junta has taken away the permission.We live in Surrey and can’t get any information from the Ayuntamiento, was just wondering if anyone has been in a similar situation.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated, we have waited so long to move to Spain ! I have been reading this forum for a long time and it is great, thank you.
- March 11, 2008 at 5:41 pm #79784
Proving you are owner of land affected by the Plan, you have entire rights to be informed of the situation of the urbanisation process.
I would also inform them of a Spanish address to make sure you are permanently informed of what is going on in your land.
It is also very important to make sure the Cadastro has the right information of ownership, as this is what they use to contact neighbors.
Feel free to contact us in case we can represent you.
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