BREAKING NEWS: Club La Costa (UK) plc Branch in Spain Files For Voluntary Bankruptcy

Club La Costa (UK) plc Branch in Spain Files For Voluntary Bankruptcy.
Club la Costa, (UK) plc Branch, based in Mijas Costa Spain, has filed for voluntary bankruptcy. According to recently obtained court documents, the application was made to the Malaga Court in December 2020.
According to information on its website, Club La Costa, which was rebranded as CLC World in 2013, began life on the Costa del Sol in Spain 35 years ago and has grown into a global resort, property developer and operator. The resort is a major employer in the area and its closure is bound to have a big impact on the local economy.
This is a breaking news story and an update will be published as and when more information is available.
Update from CLC.
4th January 2021
There has recently been a lot of misinformation circulated on social media and other outlets regarding the operation of CLC’s resorts on the Costa del Sol and Tenerife. These resorts, as with all other CLC World resorts – globally, are unaffected by last year’s closure of timeshare sales companies and all resorts continue to be managed by CLC World, remaining available for CLC members and guests to use – without exception (post-COVID restrictions).
Kind regards,
CLC World

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    • joan ilott

      04 January 2021 • 02:23

      I am saddened to read this. CLC were a really good holiday company and employed a lot of staff on the coast. It will be a huge loss to the area.


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