Virgin beach gets ‘urbanised’

LAST UPDATED: 15 Feb, 2012 @ 12:12
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Virgin beach gets ‘urbanised’

PLANS to develop the stretch of virgin coastline around El Palmar have come a step closer after it was announced that the area will become officially ‘urbanised’ this month.

Vejer town hall has approved the installation of basic infrastructure and services for the small, low-rise hamlet on the Costa de la Luz.

It lays the foundations for a plan to build two 400-bed luxury hotels there.

Owners of illegally built homes in the area will now have to pay 60 euros per square metre to access services such as electricity and sanitation.

The decision comes after months of controversy surrounding plans to develop Andalucía’s last virgin beach.

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  1. All the empty developments and properties on the Andalusian coast add up to an official view we need more developments and properties? Or is it simply an opportunity for those same officials to line their pockets? We shall see.

  2. Please SHARE THIS VIDEO as possible. Promote them to all your contacts and your social networks. Together, with your strength and your involvement, we must SAVE THE PALM. WHAT WE ARE GOING TO GET!

    Thank you very much to the great team that voluntarily, he has devoted his time to make this video. With people like you, another world and another mentality is still possible. THANKS.

    “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JE3CLa4z-tQ”

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