surinenglish

HEMEROTECA

Búsqueda por término:

* Contenidos disponibles desde enero de 2006

Búsqueda por día:

2018
Octubre
L
M
M
J
V
S
D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31

Filtrar resultados

  • Sección

  • Autor

  • Desde

  • Hasta

Filtros aplicados:

15 resultados para 'intu'

NOTICIAS 15 noticias encontradas

« volver
19:37

Local

Green light given to Intu shopping centre access roads in Torremolinos

Alberto GÓMEZ

The government ministry for Public Works, Fomento, has given the green light for the all-important access roads to the new Intu shopping and leisure complex in Torremolinos. The highways department has issued a favourable report in response to the ... town hall proposal for improvement works to the A-7, AP-7 and N-340 which will see the roads widened (in some cases from one to three lanes) to cope with the influx of new vehicles and exits added. Representatives from Intu described the update as ... "excellent news" and confirmed that construction plans remain on track. The cost of the new access roads will be funded entirely by Intu.

18:21

Local

Decline in shoppers forces Torremolinos mayor to set up action body

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...pedestrianisation of the town centre and the construction of the planned giant Intu centre on the outskirts, while the CET is against the moves for the "possible negative effects" on small businesses. The head of the CET, Adolfo Triguero, says that local shop

23:16

Local

Intu begins ground clearing work for mega shopping and leisure centre

ALBERTO GóMEZ

The company Intu Costa del Sol has started ground clearance work on the land where it will build its new shopping and leisure centre in Torremolinos. Despite not yet receiving the green light from the Public Works ministry regarding the plans for

11:51

Local

Developer includes electric train, new roads and cycle routes in mega leisure park plans

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...leisure park complex by developers Intu. The developer plans to create the largest shopping and leisure centre in the Mediterranean near the Palacio de Congresos, but the current infrastructure in Torremolinos is not prepared to deal with the increase ... in traffic that this would bring. In addition to increasing the capacity of the roads off the motorway, as reported last week in SUR in English, Intu has put forward several other solutions, including an electric train that will connect the town ... centre to the complex and new walking and cycling links. Intu's plans are in addition to those proposed by the town council, as they not only include ideas to reduce road traffic but also viable alternatives such as pedestrianised areas and roads built

18:38

Local

Two new access roads from A-7 junction into Torremolinos proposed

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...new master urban plan that in turn will clear the way for a major new development by the motorway, including the huge Intu leisure and shopping park. An estimated 28,000 cars a day are due to enter Torremolinos this way in coming years once plans are

20:44

Local

Hammerson buys Intu and plans to go ahead with its Torremolinos project

Alberto Gómez

Intu group, one of its biggest competitors, to create a giant property and development business worth billions of pounds. After the merger of these two businesses, which are among the top property companies in Europe, the new group will continue with ... plans to build on the Costa del Sol, where Intu has already designed a project for the biggest shopping and leisure centre on the Mediterranean. Project pending ministry's road access decision after partial PGOU approval This complex, to the north ... of the Palacio de Congresos in Torremolinos “will be very important” for the new company, which will be called Hammerson but will still use the Intu brand on its signs in the retail centres. The merger will make the group the second largest listed

13:34

Local

Intu unveils more details of its plans for major new leisure and shopping centre

alberto gómez torremolinos

Work on the new Intu shopping and entertainment complex in Torremolinos is due to start at the end of this year. Although final approval for the resort’s strategic town plan (PGOU) is still waiting for the green light from the Junta, Intu unveiled ... mills. According to data provided by British-based Intu, the park will have: more than 8,000 square metres of multipurpose areas; 23,000 square metres for sports and culture; and more than 65,000 square metres of green areas planted with 3,000 trees. ... The company has also presented several proposals to modify the access roads into Torremolinos. Salvador Arenere, Intu representative, confirmed that the project is expected to create more than 4,000 direct jobs and another 3,000 indirect positions.

13:01

Local

Torremolinos 'shopping resort' plans finalised

ALBERTO GÓMEZ.

The future 'shopping resort', designed by Intu, a British shopping centre developer, is one step closer to construction as of this week. Representatives from Intu were in Torremolinos on Wednesday to celebrate the completion of preliminary survey

15:26

Local

Building jobs bonanza at new leisure centre

Ivan Gelibter

The company behind the planned huge leisure park development in Torremolinos has announced that it expects some 2,500 construction jobs to be created once building gets under way. British-owned Intu says that contracts will last up to three years