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New bid to finally solve Marbella’s illegal housing crisis

Four of Spain’s top urban planners hope to draft a new urban plan (PGOU) for the town, which still has to rely on an outdated plan from 1986

Benahavis population to increase by 50% if Junta backs PGOU

Up to 1,063 new houses will be added to an additional 3,800 homes, which already have permission from the existing 1983 town plan

Marbella finds solution for PGOU planning fiasco

The town hall has decided to adapt the 1986 PGOU urban planto avoid a construction industry standstill

Back to the past

Supreme Court leaves Marbella without a plan

Marbella gets a slap on the wrist over Banderas home

Marbella has come under fire from the TSJA for violating a previous ruling regarding the home of Spanish heart-throb Antonio Banderas

Illegal homes in Marbella made legal

A total of 225 illegal homes built in Marbella under the GIL party have been legalised with 1000 more to follow before the end of the year

Antonio Banderas’ garden rescued

Marbella Town Hall are amending the PGOU to save the heart-throb's sea view

Has Andalucía gone insane?!

EXCLUSIVE by Andrew Pearce: A skyscraper threatening Sevilla’s UNESCO status, a golf course for the Cape of Trafalgar, Picasso’s name erased from the airport... now, tourist wonks plan to develop Ronda’s sacred Tajo gorge

‘Protected’ building demolished

Ronda mayor used employment funds to demolish 'protected' building

We’ll fight them on the beaches

EXCLUSIVE: After being left out of new Marbella PGOU Banana Beach homeowner issues rallying cry

Junta stands its ground

Government stance threatens to further enflame Axarquia housing row

“New city” set for Malaga

ONE of the country’s biggest housing developers is planning 70,000 new homes next to Malaga’s technology park.Martinsa-Fadesa has designed plans for the macro-development just...
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