20 Mar, 2012 @ 10:00
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Fears over Algarrobico Hotel demolition in Spain

JUNTA environment chiefs fear a plan to demolish the controversial Algarrobico Hotel could be scrapped if the PP wins this week’s regional elections.

Jose Diaz Trillo fears that central government is dragging its feet on the agreed demolition of the Almeria hotel that was built on protected land near Carboneras.

Despite the Junta signing an agreement with the previous PSOE government back in November, nothing has happened.

“We think the same thing is happening as with the budget – they’re not saying anything till after March 25,” he said.

James Bryce

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  1. The hotel on the beach within the boundaries of a national park built without proper authorisation should never have reached this stage of construction. Spain’s “heritage” is the beauty and protection of its coastline and country side and the building needs to come down and this intent is very important to impliment as soon as possible.

  2. Now you know why Spain is in such a financial mess,politically corrupt from councils up wards ,still stupid to wast money [which it hasn’t got ] pulling it down

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