98 British owned homes in Albox sent to be demolished by prosecutors

Ignoring all the Junta de Andalucia nonsense about restoring the statue of limitations for illegal builds – the worst possible legal solution there is – the public prosecutor has announced it will file a court case seeking to demolish 98 mainly British owned homes in Albox.

The homes form two urbanisations, ‘El Romeral-La Aljambra’, and were built between 2004 and 2006.

The brothers who owned the building firm responsible for the constructions -their names are not mentioned in the press release- are to be held responsible for demolition costs, estimated at 688.666,95€. A very precise estimation, as is the Spanish way.

The Public Prosecutor warns that “these homes are not legal and cannot even be legalised as they do not comply with the urban planning laws as regards the town of Albox”.

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One Reply to “98 British owned homes in Albox sent to be demolished by prosecutors”

  1. WELL THATS ME NOT BUYING MAY JUST RENT IT’S SAFER I THINK OR MAYBE TRY SOMEWHERE ELSE LIKE FRANCE WHAT DO YOU SAY.

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