The candidate for the presidency of the PP of Malaga, Patricia Navarro, has valued this Tuesday, in a meeting with affiliates, the implementation of the General Plan of Municipal Planning of Marbella, highlighting “the city as a sustainable reference in Andalusia”.

In this way, he highlighted that the Law to Promote the Sustainability of the Territory of Andalusia (Lista) “allows speeding up the processing of urban planning pending approval in the province”, stating that “this rule simplifies the urban chaos in which the province and the region were involved for decades of socialist governments”, she detailed, accompanied by the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz.

Along the same lines, he pointed out that this new Andalusian Land Law “has been the Junta’s response to the failure of socialist urban planning laws”, while recalling that, in the province, “little more than 20 municipalities They have their urban planning adapted to current regulations.

“It is unfortunate that before a PGOU took between ten and twelve years on average to be processed,” he pointed out, stating that, with this Law, “our commitment is to reduce that period of time to two years.” “This is the key tool for the reactivation of public works and construction,” he assured.

In this way, he has indicated that “the List brings Andalusia closer to the urban model that Europe has defended for years”, and has specified that “the norm is inspired by the criteria of sustainability in environmental, social and economic matters”.

In addition, Navarro has pointed out that this Law “gives the municipalities the prominence they deserve to draw the urban plans of each municipality”, while he has claimed the local administration as “the one that best knows the needs and characteristics of each territory ».

On the other hand, he has pointed out the importance of this Law to combat depopulation. “The List allows for an exponential leap in the development of rural municipalities, clarifying that it grants legal certainty to the regulation of housing and allows the construction of real estate on rustic land, such as farms and farmhouses, that meet the criteria of environmental sustainability”, has said the ‘popular’.

Navarro has assured that “the List simplifies the procedures and speeds up the regulations regarding the approval of urban planning”, for which he has assured that “it has come to put an end to the bureaucratic obstacles that have caused that in Andalusia there are more than 350,000 irregular homes that generate great legal insecurity.

Likewise, he highlighted that “it is committed to housing at an affordable price”, detailing that “it allows reducing the difficulties that young people or people with economic difficulties have in accessing housing”.

Finally, he has also assessed the economic impact of this simplification when developing projects, to which he has added, “the reduction of taxes and a favorable fiscal climate”, which allow “generating jobs and attracting investment”, he has concluded .

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