- December 15, 2008 at 1:08 pm #54578
According to a recent article that I read-:
“Green Euro M.P., David Hammerstein, says that the new PGOU Urban Plan in Marbella breaks four European directives.
The European Member of Parliament for the Green Party, David Hammerstein, has promised to challenge the new PGOU Urban Plan for Marbella in the European Commission, and has said that the town planning scandal in Marbella will become a town planning scandal in Europe.
He considers that the new PGOU breaks EU laws on four separate accounts. It allows for the laundering of money, irregularities in the contraction of public work and fails to meet directives on water use and an environmental study.”
It seems this issue has grown another pair of legs and will run and run
- December 15, 2008 at 8:41 pm #88619
- December 16, 2008 at 9:13 am #88624
If all the illegal properties are made legal under the new PGOU plan, is it not possible that 10, 15 years down the line a new administration could oppose this decision and people may find themselves in a position like the Priors and people who bought at Banana Beach in Marbella. They are faced with a demolition order. 😯
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