Marbella Town Hall approves new PGOU

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  • #55133

    Anonymous
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    Marbella’s new urban plan (PGOU) to legalise more than 17,000 illegal properties has just been approved by the Town Hall.

    More than 500 occupied properties, including Banana Beach, have been left out of the new planning regulations and could face demolition.

    It is now up to the Junta de Andalucía to decide if they will give their definitive approval to Marbella’s new PGOU.
    There’ll be quite a few holding their breath.

  • #93720

    Anonymous
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    Charlie, don’t know whether this comes before or after your news but this was in The Olive Press in the 23 July edition. See page 9: Legalisation plan for Marbella comes unstuck.
    http://www.theolivepress.es/

    I’m sorry but I can’t find a way to cut and paste it – but it’s basically saying that the Junta says that Munoz’ policy is ‘judicially impossible’ and a ‘serious mistake’.

    We wonder and wait!
    roots

  • #93722

    Anonymous
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    Hi Roots

    You’re are absolutely right to pick up on this announcement by the Junta de Andalucía (it was two weeks ago) where they criticised the ‘intentions’ of the Marbella Mayor, Ángeles Muñoz re. their new PGOU saying it was “judicially impossible”.

    To me it was timed on purpose to scupper the Marbella Town Hall’s announcement, am sure they knew it was imminent.

    It all doesn’t bode well re. the Junta approving this new PGOU plan, at least in it’s current form. They’ll probably demand alterations which will mean more delays.

    Article was posted by another member here recently:
    http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_22396.shtml

  • #93723

    Fuengi (Andrew)
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  • #93726

    Anonymous
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    So it looks like since the Junta’s announcement there have been discussions with Marbella Town Hall. That looks more hopeful then re. their approval.
    It was probably made to kick into touch any hope the Mayor had of legalising all.

    Roots – look at my last post on Aifos seeks protection from creditors thread.

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    Anonymous
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  • #93729

    Anonymous
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    Apologies Mark. 😳

  • #93730

    Anonymous
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    Thanks Mark, does anyone know which properties are now deemed irrevocably illegal???

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