Motril locals have long been complaining that old abandoned building were in danger of collapsing – why didn’t somebody do something about them? Well, now they have.
They are innocent people who have bought their Spanish property in good faith, with all the correct documentation, having invested their life savings into their dream homes. Most of them are elderly.
The Almuñécar Town Hall breathes more easily after a judge threw out a claim for four million euros in compensation. And let’s be honest, it’s our taxpayers’ money that was at risk.
Of the 2,500 illegal cortijos in the municipality of Motril, only 70 owners have decided to take advantage of the amnesty measure. Consequently, the Town Hall has extended the amnesty by a further six months.
In the latest Plenary Meeting of the Almuñécar Town Council the governing party (PP) approved the motion on the Mercado underground parking.
The Almuñécar Town Hall claims that it is working towards adopting the best solution of the two concerning the municipal market; pull it all down, or patch it up.
The main Almuñécar opposition party, the CA, are not happy bunnies over the PP Town Council’s decision to stall on the partial demolition of the said hotel structure, whose ugly shadow graces the town’s western N-340 access.
The Almuñécar municipal market has become yet another squabbling point between political parties – something to score points off.
Flat owners in the Santa Adela district (Zaidin) of Granada are obligated by law to carry out repairs to their property, even though its is awaiting demolition.
The Seaside Gazette received a press communiqué from the Plataforma en defensa del Mercado, which is a pressure group formed by stall holders at the Almuñécar municipal Market.