pgou marbella

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  • #55389

    Anonymous
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    Has anyone any news on the pgou for marbella, the junta was to ratify the plans on several dates last year but still no news.

    Like everyone else i wish the junta would wake up and see the mess they have created in andalucia.

  • #96061

    Inez
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    Not yet! Was supposed to have been last summer, then before Christmas!
    🙄

  • #96063

    Anonymous
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    do you know what is holding it up, it must be 4years in the making by now

    thankyou inez for your relpy

  • #96064

    Inez
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    The local town hall wanted to legalize most of the properties, the Junta wouldnt allow it so that took a couple of years to smooth over. It was then put to the public and the town hall had thousands of people complaining so they had to be resolved.

    Now it seems to be the town hall still has to resolve some issues for the Junta to finally rubber stamp it and allow it – trouble is the town hall and the junta are opposing political parties and so its a football between them! Add the fact its Spain and Manana too!!

    It will happen – eventually!!

  • #96077

    Anonymous
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    It was announced several weeks ago that COTUA (Comisón de Ordenación del Territorio y Urbanismo de Andalucía) will meet on January 29th to study the finalised submission from Marbella and providing they agree that everything complies with what the Junta demanded this committee will recommend ratification. The committee had to convene within 5 months of a submission but given the urgency of the situation they brought it forward. Lawyers I have spoken to say this committee review is just a formality and expect ratification in February.

  • #96082

    Chris M
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    @tederz wrote:

    Has anyone any news on the pgou for marbella, the junta was to ratify the plans on several dates last year but still no news.

    Like everyone else i wish the junta would wake up and see the mess they have created in andalucia.

    My understanding also is that this will indeed be ratified in February, that the whole long and sorry affair will be over at that time.

  • #96097

    Anonymous
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    Dont you bet on it.

  • #96098

    Chris M
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    @shakeel wrote:

    Dont you bet on it.

    No, I won’t not even €1 at odds of 100 to 1.

  • #96099

    katy
    Spectator

    There was some sort of protest today by residents of Banana Beach asking that they too be legalized.

  • #96122

    Anonymous
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    Thanks for the information, its very difficult to find out what is actually happening. Hopefully then, sometime soon the junta might get there finger out and approve the MARBELLA PLAN.

    My heart goes out to the folks in Almeria and others who thought they had legal properties only to find out the bulldozers are coming. There is little hope of any recovery untill confidence returns and that is in the hands of the junta.

    I still don’t understand when you have all the legal documents in place, approved by a notary, you have paid all the tax due for years, contributed to the local economey…….and the junta who have sat back for years doing nothing say tough its illegal…… its the judges fault why the house is coming down……and offer no immediate compensation. There must me some EU law on human rights or consumer rights to stop this……i thought the land grab was bad enough…..Spain should be up infront of an EU COURT to explain this abuse of citizens.

    SORRY RANT OVER

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