By Rund Abdelfatah
NEARLY 3,000 homes in Mijas have moved a step closer to being legalised.
The town hall is asking the public to comment on its plan to make them eligible for the process of legalisation.
While around 2,800 homes out of 4,000 illegal homes are eligible, this still means that 1,200 homes could remain illegal.
They will only have the chance of becoming legal if they are not located on protected land, have no proceedings against them and are over four years old.
Following the one month-long public comment period, the report will be submitted to the Junta for final approval.
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