Almería, (EFE) any breach” of what is “ordered” with respect to El Algarrobico.
The Andalusian high court had already issued a warning in July of last year with weekly fines of 250 euros to the alderman, and now requires that every fifteen days he report “in detail” on the actions carried out to comply with the sentence that obliges him to declassify the building as developable. place where the Azata del Sol hotel was built.
license still legal
It also requests that you communicate the actions that “you have planned to carry out in the following fifteen days, warning you that any type of breach of the order will entail, without further delay, the corresponding imposition of a fine on the mayor and deduction of individuals for their transfer to the Fiscal Ministery”.
Precisely, recently the Supreme Court (TS) determined that, among other things, the hotel license is still currently “fully legal” according to the urban planning of the municipality.
It specified that “it is more than doubtful that, at least at the present time, there are all the necessary elements for the nullity of an act granting a license to be declared in this process which, when it was issued, was fully adapted to the applicable law and that, even today, after almost twenty years, it continues to be in accordance with what the planning instruments establish”. EFE