- June 2, 2007 at 6:59 pm #52921
‘Occupied homes will be demolished under the new development plan for Marbella
It’s understood that Banana Beach is among the properties that will be knocked down
The new PGOU official development plan for Marbella has set the maximum number of illegally built homes to be demolished at 752.
It’s understood that 12 buildings in total will be knocked down, about half these are currently occupied. These properties were built in green and public zones.
According to a report in the La Opinion de Málaga newspaper, two hotels are also set for demolition according to the plan, which has been drawn up by the Regional Government, the Junta de Andalucía and the architect, Manuel González Fustegueras.
Details were given by the Regional Councillor for Public Works, Concepción Gutiérrez. She failed to give particular names of the urbanisations that will see demolitions, but one of them is known to be Banana Beach, another next to the Las Cañas stream, and the houses built at the mouth of the Rio Real.
The future outcome of a development in the south of San Pedro Alcántara is still to be determined in the courts.
18,000 other properties will be brought into a legal situation, but their builders and promoters will be expected to compensate the Town Hall.
The numbers of open spaces in the town will be multiplied by five and future estates or urbanisations in the form of isolated islands will be banned.
27,000 new homes will be built in the town in the near future.’ End
Interesting to read ‘builders & PROMOTERS to compensate the Town Hall’ Hope this includes the agents who have conned & lied to so many of us too.
- June 2, 2007 at 7:06 pm #72675
- June 2, 2007 at 8:58 pm #72680
‘150 villas taped up in Elda
The local Town Hall says the promoter does not have a licence to build.
Local police at Monforte del Cid near Elda have taped up 150 bungalows and chalets deemed to have been built illegally.
The partially built buildings are in the Residencial Montecid and the taping up comes on the orders of the local Town Hall.
A police presence has also been added at the site to ensure that construction really does stop.
The Town Hall says that the Promoter, Grupo Masa, has no licence to build. The promoter has, as yet, given no response.’
© Copyright 2007 by typicallyspanish.com (1/6/07)
Things seem to be happening now the elections are over 💡
- June 3, 2007 at 10:41 am #72686
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