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Another large development that reaches the coast in Caleta de Fuste
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The Modernization Plan of Caleta de Fuste that is in public exhibition, before its definitive approval, gives free access to the urbanization of a large bag of land that reaches the coast.

This is the main private intervention included in the new planning of the tourist area, which includes seven other promoters' interventions. The most common are the creation of the so-called super-blocks, grouping the plots of tourist use.
And it also highlights, in one of the golf courses, the change of use of a hotel plot so that villas can be built, an offer "according to the existing demand", points out the Plan, given the scarce viability of hotels far from the coast.
The key intervention of the Modernization Plan of Caleta de Fuste is the management of the strip of land without building, of about 360,000 square meters, crossed by the road FV-2. The promoters tried to develop the development in 2006, but the City of Antigua denied the process with the argument that the land had been declassified with the Guidelines for land management and tourism in the Canary Islands, approved in 2003.

Then, the promoters appealed to the Justice and, in February 2016, the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands recognized their right to process the urbanization. In the Modernization Plan two hotel plots are collected, one of them from the road to the coast, where a plot for complementary tourist equipment and a free space is also drawn. The other tourist plot is just from the road to the interior.
In that part of the urbanization, non-hotel tourist use, free spaces and land for the provision of services are also proposed. In total, the sector known as 'sector two' of Caleta de Fuste collects more than 97,000 square meters for hotels, almost 45,000 meters for non-hotel accommodation establishments and 11,800 meters for complementary tourist equipment, as well as space for parks, sports and cultural facilities.

In the draft Modernization Plan that was presented two years ago, one of the options that was considered for this valuable piece of land was to leave it free, without building, from the road to the coast. However, now that possibility is completely ruled out in the document coordinated by Gesplan.


   
Quote:In the draft Plan one of the options was not to build from the road to the coast, but that possibility is now discarded


In the part closest to the coast is the palaeontological site of La Guirra, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) in March 2005. With "prior" character to execute any project in the plot, it will be necessary "to carry out a study palaeontological ", which should be defrayed by the promoters. In addition, they must assume the cost of a pedestrian walkway project towards the seafront.
The urban development agreement that incorporates the Modernization Plan for this large bag of land is signed, on behalf of the promoters, José Antonio Newport, vice-president for Fuerteventura of the Canary Confederation of Employers. The company of which he is the administrator, Inversiones Costa Caleta, bought the land from the company of Galician origin Costa Caleta Miraflores last October, two months before the signing of the agreement.

Interventions
Apart from the organization of the aforementioned large stock exchange, the Modernization Plan includes seven other private interventions in a specific way. One of the interventions divided an estate of 1,286 square meters, administrative currently in three plots, one of them for commercial use. Another intervention, north of the beach, groups two tourist plots to build "more competitive" establishments.

The intervention that affects the environment of the Fuerteventura Golf field groups three plots creating a super block of more than 54,000 square meters. Another intervention, on the edge of that golf course, reorders several plots in a single unit of more than 28,000 square meters for "the development of a quality tourist accommodation establishment".

The Modernization Plan for Caleta de Fuste includes two actions for urban transformation, which extend to different points in the town. The objective is the same as that of other contemplated cases: the creation of super blocks "absorbing" streets that are considered "not very functional" and "obsolete residual spaces", in exchange for the areas reserved for public facilities being concentrated instead of be scattered It is the formula proposed, specifically, in the streets surrounding the Castillo beach and the marina.


Courtesy of Diario de Fuerteventura
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I've been trying to find a clearer map of the proposed development for the last few days, as those I've seen in the press and online aren't clear.

I originally read about this proposed development last year, but it has now gone out for public consultation.
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As Stephen mentions the map is not very clear.


It mentions developments on the Fuerteventura Golf complex but doesn't show anything.  Last time I was in the Anjoca sales office the Director indicated to me that the land they own behind the sales office will be developed as a hotel with bungalows to the mount end of the plot of the development which will involve the demolition of the building next to the roundabout where a new road will go north which is shown on the plans above.


The land directly ahead as you go on to Fuerteventura golf skirted by the 4th, 5th and 12th holes that has 2 pilot villas on it is owned by some Chinese and the director was in discussions with them about its development.


Watch this space.
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(15-05-2019, 07:24 AM)windermeregolfer Wrote: As Stephen mentions the map is not very clear.


It mentions developments on the Fuerteventura Golf complex but doesn't show anything.  Last time I was in the Anjoca sales office the Director indicated to me that the land they own behind the sales office will be developed as a hotel with bungalows to the mount end of the plot of the development which will involve the demolition of the building next to the roundabout where a new road will go north which is shown on the plans above.


The land directly ahead as you go on to Fuerteventura golf skirted by the 4th, 5th and 12th holes that has 2 pilot villas on it is owned by some Chinese and the director was in discussions with them about its development.


Watch this space.

John, from the original post it would seem that the Anjoca development won't be a 'hotel' after all. That is my interpretation.
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(15-05-2019, 07:33 AM)TrickyFox Wrote: John, from the original post it would seem that the Anjoca development won't be a 'hotel' after all. That is my interpretation.
That's how I read it too.
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I cannot "read" the plan image at all!  Any chance of something better? Where exactly is the part of the development going down to the coast  -I may be able to get my head around if then!!! Is it the wasteland after the Beach Cafe?
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Yes Emmi, the wasteland next to Beach Cafe. Attached another map, hope it makes more sense.


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(15-05-2019, 07:57 AM)Sam Wrote:
(15-05-2019, 07:33 AM)TrickyFox Wrote: John, from the original post it would seem that the Anjoca development won't be a 'hotel' after all. That is my interpretation.
That's how I read it too.


Ok I saw that but wondered which course it was going to be.  If it is the land behind the Anjoca sales office then it isn't highlighted on that plan and Anjoca have changed their mind since early Match when I was last was in the office.  As I said in my post Anjoca did indicate to me that there would be a hotel and bungalows so it may be the bungalow bit they are referring to.
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I dislike it when we refer to empty spaces as wasteland.
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(15-05-2019, 01:53 PM)Perrypower1 Wrote: I dislike it when we refer to empty spaces as wasteland.

Sounds really bad but the definition (Dictionary Cambridge) of wasteland is:

Quote:an empty area of land, especially in or near a city, that is not used to grow crops or built on, or used in any way
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