Marbella Town Hall is working so that the future General Urban Planning Plan (PGOU) of the city is the first to be approved within the framework of the new Law to Promote the Sustainability of the Territory of Andalusia (LISTA), a text with which “processing is simplified and it provides greater legal certainty”, as announced this Thursday the councilor of the branch, María Francisca Caracuel.

This has been highlighted by the mayor in a conference on the new regulations held at the Adolfo Suárez Conference Center, in which the Regional Secretary General for Infrastructure, Mobility and Planning of the TerritoryAndrés Gutiérrez Istria, who pointed out that the legal text “has come to revolutionize the urban planning model”.

Caracuel has pointed out that the approval of this Andalusian standard “has come to us at an important moment in which we are immersed in the drafting of the new General Plan, to which we have accepted due to its advantages, since deadlines are reduced, processing is simplified and it provides greater legal certainty”.

“We are going to address all these issues at today’s conference, organized by the Malaga Bar Association and the Consistory itself and with 200 registered, which we are convinced will be a success and that the experts who participate will shed light on the doubts and interpretations raised by the LIST”Caracuel has indicated.

For his part, Gutiérrez Istria stressed that it is a “very interesting initiative to address a law that has come to renew the LOUA 20 years later”, noting that “It is a long-awaited law that greatly speeds up the procedures and that clarifies urban planning quite a bit.”

In relation to the city, the Andalusian official has indicated that from the Board “it is expected that the marbellí plan be the first to come out with the LIST”. In this sense, he has recalled that “the municipality began the process with the previous rule, with the approval of the advance”, but the current one allows him to continue the procedure to avail himself of its advantages without having to start the process again.

Finally, the secretary of the Malaga Bar Association, Cristina Mintegui, has indicated that today’s appointment “is for share and put in common the new urban planning law of Andalusia, that is going to totally change the model in our community.” In addition, he thanked the City Council and the Junta de Andalucía for their involvement in organizing the conference and stated that this event will allow legal professionals to “better manage this rule that is already in force.”

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