Through the Town Planning delegation and after almost two decades, the Manilvean Town Hall has succeeded in unblocking the project in the Hacho area, which consists of two blocks of 45 homes that were never inhabited as they did not have an occupancy license.

Marcos Ruiz, mayor of Urbanism, explained that despite the fact that the construction was completed in 2004, the license was not granted because the breakwater walls did not comply with the regulations and because the main entrance was in a green area.

After going through several promoters through Geuma, file 4030/2022 was approved, granting the urban planning license to its current owner, Coliseum Real Estate, who has promised to correct said irregularities through an investment of 610,414 euros.

Ruiz has highlighted this very particular case to which a solution is finally given, since according to his words “it made no sense that this project was still dead”.

Another of the projects in which the machinery of the Geuma works is the one that foresees the Reform Plan of the Children’s Colony, which aims to open the land to the municipality and connect with the Port of La Duquesa, in addition to the generation of car parks and areas green.

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