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Building permit requested: Mountains of waste. SOURCE: Diocesismalaga.es

AN AREA of Calle Agustin Parejo in El Perchel, that had been denounced by neighbours for housing mountains of waste, will give way to a new project of homes and offices after an unsuspected move by the landowner. “We contacted the owners of the plot to tell them that they had to clean it and that we were going to put it in the Land Registry,” reports Town Councilor Raúl López, who previously announced that if the property owner did not act it would be cleaned at a cost which would then be billed to the owner “plus the surcharge and the penalty”, in addition to including the plot in the Municipal Registry of Ruined Plots and Buildings. On receiving this information the owner instead applied for a building permit to construct houses on the land and arranged for the rubbish to be cleared.

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