By Euro Weekly News Media • 12 January 2013 • 12:00
TOWN PLAN: Building permits remain on hold
DENIA is fighting to get the go-ahead for two key projects from the regional government.
This follows a directive that building permits will be granted only on land already zoned for development.
One project is the new Ronda Norte ring-road to ease the town’s traffic flow particularly for cars making for the port and ferry, which receives 600,000 passengers aT
The other is a new school for La Jara following closure of the old one in 2009, and pupils four years later still being taught in prefabs.
When courts originally annulled Denia’s provisional urban development plan, the town hall kept its nerve.
The 2005 plan might be void, declared Development Councillor Pepa Font last September, but returning to the obsolete 1972 version was not an option.
The latest plan would soon be announced, she said, and building could recommence.
Now the council has accepted the regional government’s latest directive but a go-ahead for wants the two exceptions.
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