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Demolition of Las Agujas in Corralejo and Expansion of the Hotel Bahia Real
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The demolition of the Las Agujas apartments in Corralejo has moved a step closer.
The plan is to extend the Hotel Bahia Real.
https://www.diariodefuerteventura.com/no...GEah00-EK8
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Radio Sintonia:

La Oliva decides to "end Las Agujas" in its last extraordinary plenary session.

"After years of waiting, the demolition of Las Agujas, at the entrance of Corralejo, is already a reality", has moved the City Council of La Oliva that, in extraordinary session, approved a modification of the subsidiary rules that will allow the demolition of the current buildings, freeing land near the coastline and allowing actions that will recover a degraded space and a great visual impact.

 
The approved amendment has all the mandatory reports highlighting the approval in the environmental aspects. The mayor of La Oliva, Pilar González, expressed her satisfaction with a performance that "will contribute to improving the image of the entrance of Corralejo"; He also wanted to thank the effort of the staff of the Technical Office to process the file since "yesterday was late before the need for such an action".
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Las Agujas beach in Corralejo, the worst image of the island.

The ruins of the graffiti-filled complex are part of a landscape reminiscent of the worst suburbs.

Las Agujas beach, located at the southern entrance of the village in the tourist area of Corralejo have become one of the worst images of the island of Fuerteventura and its coast. To the lamentable state of the complex that bears the same name we must add the amount of graffiti that disfigure the area.



If the image from the road is regrettable, the one that is observed from the beach, which is ultimately one of the maximum values of the area, is terrifying.



In this sense, the image that illustrates this publication is sufficiently explicit and suggests the poor state of this area, especially when it is a few meters from a luxury hotel in the northern town.



The City Council of La Oliva approved just a year ago in extraordinary session a modification of the subsidiary rules that would allow the demolition of the current buildings, a circumstance that has not occurred and has not transcended more information.

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