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18:48

Local

Some owners of illegal homes still ignored by new law, says SOHA

Eugenio Cabezas

President Philip Smalley and spokesperson Mario Blancke of SOHA (Save Our Homes Axarquía) have expressed their concern that that the new decree passed in September by the Junta de Andalucía "leaves out people who had their building licences ... annulled". While the campaigners said that they would "always support any initiative taken by the Junta to help legalise homes," the latest ruling "makes the same mistake as previous ones," with respect to the annulled licences. "This time is no

17:20

Local

Project to build 1,900 homes in Torrox reinitiated

Eugenio Cabezas

A project to build 1,900 homes in Torrox has been reinitiated a decade after it was pulled due to Spain's financial crisis. Puerto Narixa is located near the historic centre of Torrox and on the border with neighbouring Nerja. The project was

13:36

Local

Promoter to invest 100m in 228 homes in Torremolinos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Promoters Habitat will invest almost 100 million euros in the construction of 228 homes close to the seafront in La Cizaña in Torremolinos. This will be the seventh promotion in the province and will be made up of four plots of land, each with ... homes of between one and four bedrooms. The homes will also boast a large garden area, as well as swimming pools and a children's play area. Properties will cost between 258,000 and 837,500 euros. The project was launched at a presentation at Hotel

11:46

National

Junta takes big step towards regularising many more of the 327,000 illegal homes in Andalucía

MARÍA DOLORES TOLOSA

The Junta de Andalucía regional government approved on Tuesday a decree to regularise homes built with illegal planning permission. There are an estimated 327,000 properties in this precarious position in Andalucía, with thousands owned by foreign ... residents. Many of these illegal homes are in the Axarquía area of Malaga province, as well as the Almanzora valley in Almeria, the countryside around Cordoba and the eastern plateau of Granada province. Owners welcome measures but say they still fall ... short of what's needed The last decrees in 2012 to 2018 only managed to remove some 1,500 homes from the legal stalemate, says the Junta, but now Tuesday's new decree should resolve the vast majority of the cases by trying to reduce bureaucracy and

17:23

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

...punctuated with modest hamlets of small traditional circular homes, with thatched roofs, clustered together behind high fences of branches and twigs. By the road kids play football - the sport is everywhere in Senegal, on TV, in the street and the subject of

10:20

Local

Regional government of Andalucía reassures worried owners that a solution will be found for their irregular homes

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ / JENNIE RHODES

The president of the Junta de Andalucía was in the Axarquía on Thursday, 5 September, to speak about a planned new regional government decree on illegal homes. Juanma Moreno said it should help many of the 22,000 homes in the east of Malaga province ... that were built on designated rural land and with invalid town-hall-issued building licences. The meeting in Vélez-Málaga included the mayors of the Axarquía towns and villages as well as members of Save Our Homes Axarquía (SOHA), which represents ... minister, Marifrán Carazo, claimed that she has spent many months drafting the decree that will modify the LOUA (Andalusian urban development law) and will provide new ways for homes to be legalised other than Asimilado Fuera de Ordenación (AFO) status, a

16:59

Local

Almost 140 new builds for La Leala and Torrequebrada

Alberto GÓMEZ

The next few months will see the Costa del Sol increase its housing stock once more with Grupo Lar stepping up its projects under way in Benalmádena and Torremolinos. Work to build 90 homes across 9,000 square metres, beside Torrequebrada golf ... course, has already started, as has a project for 46 homes in La Leala, Torremolinos, across 5,900 square metres. The developers, founded by the Pereda family, are developing a strategy based in the rental market. It is not year clear whether these ... homes, of between one and four bedrooms, are part of this strategy.

12:20

National

Gran Canaria residents return to their homes after being hit by an even larger forest fire

SUR

...effect on their lives of this week's blaze, covering around 10,000 hectares (100 square kilometres) was much more devastating. A true disaster that has affected many homes, although the some 10,000 people evacuated have slowly been returning to their ... properties as the fire has been brought under control. "We've gone from evacuating people to returning them. When residents go back to their homes, it means we are beating the fire," said regional president of the Canaries, Ángel Victor Torres, on Wednesday.

19:43

Local

Residents forced from their homes by Estepona fire begin to return

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The wildfire which broke out in the Peñas Blancas area of Estepona on Monday morning and forced hundreds of people to evacuate their homes is expected to be declared officially under control by the end of Tuesday. The main obstacles for the 240 ... wind, milder temperatures and a higher level of humidity," said regional government spokesman, Elías Bendodo. The fire was visible from a number of nearby homes.EFE As a result, on Tuesday afternoon, some residents of the lower part of the Forest ... Hills development were allowed to return to their homes. This came after 146 people from that development, as well as La Alberdina-Las Abejeras, were forced to spend the night in a sports centre. So far, the returning residents have confirmed that

12:57

National

Gran Canaria forest fire is controlled and put out as residents return to their homes

SUR

...area of the island. He is accused of having started the fire through an act of negligence. It swept through 1,500 hectares (15 square kilometres) and forced 1,000 locals from three villages to leave their homes. It is claimed that the unnamed local ... able to return to their homes in the mountain village of Tejeda in the centre of the island. The regional government has said it will work to rehabilitate the damaged area, where trees taking up to 50 years to regrow have burned.