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Obligatory Demolitions

By Vivienne Hughes

Motril Town Hall is lining up to order the demolition of houses over 50-years old in a ruinous state on Calle San Miguel and Calle Santísimo. »

Unfair Demolition Order

By Vivienne Hughes

There's a little village up in the Alpujarra called Narlia where an act of arguable injustice is unfolding in the form of a demolition. »

New Demolition Order

By Martin Myall

Costas has still got its teeth into the sports facilities on La Herradura beach, seeking its demolition since May 2016. »

Oleaje Causing Waves

By Martin Myall

We reported some weeks ago about Chiringuito Oleaje on Playa Granada; how it might be forced to close down - there have since been developments. »

House in Dangerous State

By Vivienne Hughes

The Salobreña opposition party, the PP, has complained about the state of an uninhabited house in a ruinous state, which actually has a gaping hole in its facade. »

No New Market Takers

By Martin Myall

No company has come forward offering a bid for the municipal-market project in Almuñécar, much to Benavides's joy and the Mayor's dismay. »

Legalising Illegal Cortijos

By Hugh MacArthur

(COH 04C) Once upon a time, building a cortijo on a patch of land without any planning permission was common practice - not now, because you just won't get away with it. »

Demolition is Inevitable

By Martin Myall

You're probably sick and tired of hearing about the municipal-market affair but believe me, this article will not be the last you hear of it in the coming months. »

Beach Sports Area Confrontation

By Hugh MacArthur

Less than month after a halt in the demolition order on the sports area on La Herradura beach, things have gone pear shape again. »

Almuñécar Market Muddle

By Martin Myall

The Almuñécar, municipal-market affair festers on, with the governing party trying to sell its project as a positive move with nobody else buying it. »

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