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“The disagreement in the protection established by the previous government for these buildings did not allow clarifying the intended uses,” say municipal sources about the motion that has finally been approved with the votes of the government team (Compromís and PSPV) and PP and Citizens , while Vox has abstained.
The motion guarantees that the municipal government “will continue to proceed, with the utmost urgency, to unblock the use of sheds 4 and 5”, an agreement that represents the beginning of the solution to the problem that prevented the start-up of construction projects. economic revitalization such as the expansion of Marina de Empresas, in La Marina de València.
The text approved by the plenary affirms that “the situation of collapse and blockage of the planned uses of the sheds is a consequence of contradictory decisions taken by the previous municipal government in 2014 and 2015 on the protection” of said buildings.
The mayor of Valencia, Joan Ribó, recalled that the PP government established the protection of sheds 2, 4 and 5 of the Marina de València in the Structural Catalog of Protected Assets and Spaces but with different types of protection for each shed.
This is the problem that the initiative called Marina de Empresas has encountered for its expansion, because the approved uses for shed 4 (listed as an Asset of Local Relevance because it contains modernist style elements) did not include the actions planned for the expansion of the company
“And now we have to repair that nonsense”, defended Ribó, who has opted for “continuing to proceed with the utmost urgency to unlock the use of sheds 4 and 5”, as indicated in the motion approved by the plenary.
After approving this correction, the plenary has approved, with the opposition voting against, the agreement proposal raised by the municipal government as an alternative to two proposals by the PP and Ciudadanos on La Marina de València.
The motion of the PP proposed “the immediate unblocking and an urgent solution to the expansion of the facilities of the Marina de Empresas”, while the motion of Citizens proposed “the suspension of the adjudication procedure for the constitution of a real right of surface on the Docks building”.
Regarding the Docks, the approved motion includes the commitment to “respect the protection standards indicated by the General Directorate of Heritage, as specified in the tender specifications of the award process.”
The Local Corporation has also agreed to urge the Government of Spain to study “all the formulas that are necessary so that, during the expansion works of the Atocha Station and the Méndez Álvaro stop, the best provision of the AVE service that it connects Valencia with Madrid both at this station and at Chamartín”.
In addition, it has been approved to urge the State to improve the quality of the Cercanías de València service and to speed up the Mediterranean Corridor. EFE