The 600,000 square-metre project is to receive €600 million in investment and will create around 4,500 jobs.
But according to Partido Popular sources, the Provincial Planning Commission have not approved the Intu project moving forward because reports by the DGT – the government body for road networks – has produced ‘negative results’.
The developer of the shopping and leisure center will stop executing various projects, including the urbanization and building of sanitation infrastructures in the Cañada de los Cardos area.
Despite these setbacks, the PP has claimed the PSOE government has already accepted thousands of CVs for future jobs at the mega centre.
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