Residents of Camposol Urbanisation in Mazarron are taking legal action

INHABITABLE: some properties are not safe to be lived in.

RESIDENTS of Camposol Urbanisation in Mazarron are taking legal action over structural issues affecting many properties. Homes have for years suffered from severe subsidence, crumbling paths and roads, flooding and open sewers.

The problems have also previously been featured on ITV’s Homes From Hell. A meeting was held for affected owners as appointed lawyers Poveda Hayes explained that the window of opportunity for owners to make a claim is closing fast as all complaints must be lodged within 10 years of the build completion.

Lawyer, Martin Hayes, said the meeting was the chance for residents to fight for compensation. He is already representing around 40 home owners in the first action that is currently going through the courts. “When the first action result comes through, it will not open the doors for everyone to automatically make claims, as each case will be treated individually. So people must take action. The more people in the group the better as it packs a bigger punch.”

The deadline to join the second action group is Thursday, June 20. Interested parties should contact Poveda Hayes by calling 963 530 196, visit or email

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    • stuart senior

      21 May 2014 • 19:52

      Made a bad decision to buy a property d23 Camposol off plan approximately eleven years ago. Came over approx. nine years ago for a week and put it on the market, had a buyer straight away but no deeds. My buyer moved in while waiting for the deeds, and eight years on still waiting. During which time all hell has broken loose there.

    • Paulete

      23 September 2016 • 15:23

      I lived on camposol (sector A) in 2011/2012. A is separated from B,C,D by the motorway and is a nice area. I feel sorry for the people who bought on C and D because it’s like something out of a nightmare film, plus it’s 5 kilometres from the commercial centre to the top of sector D, all uphill. Go and have a look but look at other places too. Wherever you go, make sure the area has more than a nice house and a few shops and bars because when the novelty wears off you will soon get fed up.

    • Sandra

      15 January 2017 • 21:22

      Can someone tell what is the problem at Camposol. I hope to retire there once my house is sold in UK. Do all the problems apply to all the different sectors of Camposol. Please can you help me? The agent is very persuasive and convincing that there are no problems now.
      This is a big move for me now that I am on my own. Hope to hear from anyone willing to help.

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