By Euro Weekly News Media •
Published: 07 Jun 2012 • 8:32
THE regional government has given the go-ahead to plans for an aeromodelling club in Tabernas.
The planned installation now satisfies all the conditions stipulated by both the Public Works and Environment departments, said Junta sources.
The remaining formalities have been handed over to Tabernas council for completion.
The project was halted last September when the town hall found that the promoters lacked both planning permission and the necessary reports for obtaining the permit.
Residents living nearby have repeatedly opposed the initiative which is backed by the Tabernas Air Club (CAT).
It will be a source of problems, they claim, and is likely to be noisy and disturb grazing cattle.
The Environment department made only the proviso that the new track should adhere to the original installation and not include a permanent structure of any type.
It made no reference to noise or acoustic pollution.
The only complaints received by CAT had from a nearby resident whose illegal property was built on land not zoned for development, said a spokesman for the club.
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