IV conference on Urbanismo in Albox this 22nd & 23rd October

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IV conference on Urbanismo in Albox this 22nd & 23rd October

The IV annual conference on Urban Matters will be taking place in the multiple uses building in Albox this 23rd and 24th of October, and will, among other guest speakers, be hosting a discussion by the Director General of Urban Inspections of the Junta de Andalucía, D. José Antonio Ortiz Mallol (a man whose business cards must be far too long to fit his title in), Hilario Hernandez, (Head of legal services for the building department of the town hall of Alcala de Granada), Antonio Navarra (CEO of Calitas) and José Antonio Perez, subdirector of Practical Business Studies of Malaga University; on the topic of “Illegal buildings in the Almanzora valley: Solutions suggested by the Junta de Andalucía, and previous solutions carried out by other parts of Andalucía”.

In other words, hopes are high that this conference will be used to officially designate the future strategy of the Junta de Andalucía for the regulation of illegal buildings in the Almanzora valley.

The other interesting debate will be between the president of ASEMPAL, the director of La Voz de Almería and an arquitect for UNESCO who is from this region, and will discuss the future of the Almanzora valley, the ideas that are being mooted from Seville for the area and what the locals think should happen to continue the growth and development of the area.

The conference is free to all, until capacity is reached, and has been organised by the “Asociación de Empresarios y Profesionales de Albox Valle del Almanzora” (ASEMPAL). A number of “highups” from the Diputacion de Almeria and Junta will be attending and participating, no doubt in order to “plant” a few questions at strategic points.

(From Teleprensa.net)

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