José Antonio Griñán, the President of Andalucia, announced yesterday that illegally-built homes in Andalucia will be legalised by decree, but stressed that this isn’t an amnesty, despite all evidence to the contrary.
A bit late for Helen Prior and similar cases. Does La Junta de Andalucia actually really know what properties have been built legally and illegally? I am beginning to have my doubts and really feel this announcement is taking the easy way out. Legalize all, brush all under the carpet and start again and from now on it will be practically impossible to build illegally………
Between ‘ilegal‘ and ‘legal‘ there’s a word which appears in no dictionaries: ‘alegal‘. It means ‘illegalish’. That’s what the majority of these properties are now called. They can be fixed, says the Junta (desperate for the foreign buyers to come back), if the 300,000 owners just put a few bob down to pay for the infrastructure and urbanization costs. Peanuts, really!
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