Croem asks Fomento to speed up the procedures as much as possible so that the new rule has the definitive approval
The Regional Confederation of Business Organizations of Murcia (Croem) celebrates the recent approval of the General Plan for Urban Development of Águilas. The business sector hoped that “the new rule would go ahead in order to have the necessary legal certainty required by investments,” they explained from Croem.
In this sense, builders and developers, through their federation (Frecom), expressed their concern about the fact that the processing was not completed and “the growth and development of the town and the arrival of investors were being impeded” in the coastal town.
«The plan already had the necessary previous reports and accumulated a process of years. The situation has been unlocked, and once its administrative process is finished, the regulation will open up new opportunities for private investment. And what is more important, the urban plan will give more options for the creation of wealth and employment for Águilas ”, they clarified from the employers’ association.
The employer indicates that “the situation has been unblocked, so opportunities will open up for private investment”
From Croem they added that “the approval was necessary because there are already projects, not only residential, but also industrial, tourist and commercial, which depend on the new Urban Planning Plan, with the dynamization of economic activity that this entails for the municipality and, by extension, for the Region. And they pointed out that “it must be remembered that this approval is based on the joint impulse given by the regional confederation and the autonomous government to the different laws of administrative simplification and subsequent decree laws.”
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Croem now requests that, once the municipal processing is finished, “the Ministry of Development expedites its approval as much as possible so that the approval is final.” Likewise, it urges the other city councils of the Region that have their general plans pending approval to have them resolved and their processing approved “in the shortest period of time.”
Similarly, the employers claim “once again that political times adjust more to business times, because the day that passes is a lost opportunity for the recovery of the economy and, specifically, for the construction sector, which is a key piece in the productive fabric on a regional scale ”.