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No new urban or tourist areas in El Cotillo
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Update urban planning

The planning regulations that govern the municipality of La Oliva are the Subsidiary Rules of La Oliva, a document that was drafted in 1989, and that came into force definitively in the year 2000.

"A lot of the problems that the municipality has had have been due to the lack of clear planning, this government group has begun the drafting of a General Plan for Urban Planning, with the intention of fixing this and planning for the future from a model of sustainable growth ", assessed Isaí Blanco.

The current corporation has begun the process to draft a general plan in La Oliva, a process that has been initiated several times without ever approving any document, when it is an essential tool to plan future growth and avoid legal uncertainty and great amount of urban problems that the municipality has historically had.

New developments are discarded in El Cotillo

With regard to the doubts that have been generated about the possibility of urbanizing or creating new tourist areas in El Cotillo and its surroundings, Omaira Saavedra explained that "currently the only urban area is the one that corresponds to the nucleus of the town, as is".

In the municipal urban document in force, the Subsidiary Rules of La Oliva, the surroundings of the El Cotillo nucleus appear as Affordable Urban Land (SAU), "but neither could these areas be urbanized because of the Land Law, in force since September of 2017, and that establishes the expiration of these qualifications in a term of five years in case of not approving partial plans ".

With regard to the doubts generated of whether or not you can build on Piedra Playa, the reality is that the interior strip corresponding to the beach line has always had a rating of Common Rustic Land "(SRC)," and the town hall has no It is planned to change this qualification in the new planning ", said Saavedra," with what would not be developable either ".

As for island planning, "in the drafting of the PIOF we are not aware that the council plans to qualify any strategic tourism land in the vicinity of El Cotillo," reported the councilor, and "so we have asked from the town hall."

Update urban planning

The planning regulations that govern the municipality of La Oliva are the Subsidiary Rules of La Oliva, a document that was drafted in 1989, and that came into force definitively in the year 2000.

"A lot of the problems that the municipality has had have been due to the lack of clear planning, this government group has begun the drafting of a General Plan for Urban Planning, with the intention of fixing this and planning for the future from a model of sustainable growth ", assessed Isaí Blanco.

The current corporation has begun the process to draft a general plan in La Oliva, a process that has been initiated several times without ever approving any document, when it is an essential tool to plan future growth and avoid legal uncertainty and great amount of urban problems that the municipality has historically had.

New developments are discarded in El Cotillo

With regard to the doubts that have been generated about the possibility of urbanizing or creating new tourist areas in El Cotillo and its surroundings, Omaira Saavedra explained that "currently the only urban area is the one that corresponds to the nucleus of the town, as is".

In the municipal urban document in force, the Subsidiary Rules of La Oliva, the surroundings of the El Cotillo nucleus appear as Affordable Urban Land (SAU), "but neither could these areas be urbanized because of the Land Law, in force since September of 2017, and that establishes the expiration of these qualifications in a term of five years in case of not approving partial plans ".

With regard to the doubts generated of whether or not you can build on Piedra Playa, the reality is that the interior strip corresponding to the beach line has always had a rating of Common Rustic Land "(SRC)," and the town hall has no It is planned to change this qualification in the new planning ", said Saavedra," with what would not be developable either ".

As for island planning, "in the drafting of the PIOF we are not aware that the council plans to qualify any strategic tourism land in the vicinity of El Cotillo," reported the councilor, and "so we have asked from the town hall."
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