The Junta de Andalucía has opened a period for premises owners to submit offers for the lease of office space to house law courts in Almuñécar.
Presently Almuñécar has two law courts which are housed in two separate building, one on either side of Río Seco.
The lease would be for four years, which can be extended. Ideally, the property should be on a ground floor and be categorised in the land registry as “adequate for public administration.”
The budget; i.e., the rent that the Junta is willing to pay for the 4-year-lease is 818,998 euros. As for the required space, the premises must be between 1,100 and 1,200 sq/m and have a layout to accommodate two law courts and their dependencies such as a waiting room, a video-conference room, an office to deal with gender-violence affairs, an office for the Public Prosecutor, a Civil Registry, an archives room, an area for suspects under arrest and other office space.
Finally, it must be well placed for public and private transport and have its own parking area, or at the very least, a road outside where parking can be reserved.
(News: Almuñécar, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)