Chiclana to legalise thousands of homes

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  • #52991
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  • #73319
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    If the junta allows it to do so 😕

  • #73320
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    Oh dear Katy, looks like no-one has told them that.
    “The architect’s team has already started work on a Procedure Manual for the process”.
    🙁

  • #73321
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    So, they actually have a procedure manual for it 🙂 Does it say:
    1. receive brown envelope 2. check amount 3. sign licence 😉

  • #73322
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    😆

  • #73373
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    Typicallyspanish.com reports:

    ‘The new planning councillor in Chiclana, José Pedro Butrón, has given a little more detail on the Town Hall’s plans to legalise an estimated 15,000 illegal homes in the area.
    He said the local ordinances put in place for that purpose by the previous government will have to be seriously overhauled, affecting not only the content, but also the style of the text.
    Butrón told the newspaper Diario de Cádiz that he wants them to be more easily understood by members of the public……

    Oh. And silly me thought it was the Town Hall officials who were ‘mis-interpreting’ the rules. 🙄
    It’s interesting that so far it’s five developers who have been charged with planning crimes and document forgery in Chiclana – (and released without the need for bail of course).
    Did they manage these planning crimes without the help of those in the Town Hall?

  • #73377
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    And two estate agents and one lawyer. 😀

  • #73448
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    Forgot those three, streetwise! 🙂

    According to the Civil Guard, the number of arrests have now gone from five to fifteen – looks like a can of worms is slowly opening in Chiclana.
    Architects and technical appraisers (what are they?) have been added to the list of professions arrested…. but no Town Hall employees yet ❓

    With the new local government in Chiclana beginning the process of attempting to legalise an estimated 15,000 illegal homes, I hope for their sake they’re liasing with the Civil Guard otherwise there could be one heck of a mess.

    http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_11403.shtml

  • #73451
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    Yes,I am not surprised that ” Technical Appraisers ” are included in the legal action, their function is to ensure that the project is built in accordance with the plans that have drawn up and constructed in accordance with Building Control Requirements ,clearly in many cases they have not carried out their role in this regard .

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