Málaga Neighbourhood Concerns Over Home Dating Back To 1920

Málaga Neighbourhood Concerns Over Home Dating Back To 1920.

MÁLAGA Neighbourhood Concerns Over Home Dating Back To 1920 that stands on a development plot

The announcement of a real estate development in ‘La Atalaya’, a village on Paseo de Salvador Rueda, 5, in Málaga, has raised concerns among the neighbours of Limonar, as the area designated to be developed has a 437m² property standing in a 1,446m² plot, that was, according to the cadastre data, built in 1920, and then renovated in 2000.

UMA Art History professor Francisco Rodríguez Marín told Spanish publication laopiniondemalaga.es that he is pretty certain the home dates back to 1920, judging by its characteristics, but that it has no architectural protection in the PGOU.

Residents of the Málaga neighbourhood of Limonar have today, Friday 16, voiced their concerns to both the Urban Planning Management and the Culture Delegation, about the possibility of this old house being demolished as part of the development.
La Opinion contacted Parque Málaga, the developers, on Friday, and a spokeswoman reported that the project has not yet been approved so the company could not comment about the old house, even though they have billboards erected showing a forthcoming development.
Raúl López, the councillor for Urbanism, when asked about the home, replied that a building licence has not yet been applied for by the developers, but that, “In any case, if appropriate, we will evaluate in due course all the legal aspects that are limited to that environment”.
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