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News: Skyscrapers Benidorm must be demolished from the court


News: Skyscrapers Benidorm must be demolished from the court
1 Dec 2018

The Spanish Supreme Court has decided that the two skyscrapers (rascacielos) built at the Punta Llisera in Benidorm have to be demolished.

It concerns two flats with 22 floors each and 168 apartments. In July 2012, the building permits were already withdrawn by the court in Valencia, after which the case went to the Supreme Court which confirmed the 2012 ruling.

In 2005 when the Partido Popular ruled the region, the Valencian authorities gave permission for the construction of the two apartment complexes known as Gemelos 28. In 2012, however, a judge ruled that the building permits had been wrongly given, after which the construction company went to the Supreme Court. This has now 6 years later ruled that the flats must be demolished because they are built illegally.

The Spanish Supreme Court has decided that the two skyscrapers (rascacielos) built at the Punta Llisera in Benidorm have to be demolished. It concerns two flats with 22 floors each and 168 apartments. In July 2012, the building permits were already withdrawn by the court in Valencia, after which the case went to the Supreme Court which confirmed the 2012 ruling.

In 2005 when the Partido Popular ruled the region, the Valencian authorities gave permission for the construction of the two apartment complexes known as Gemelos 28. In 2012, however, a judge ruled that the building permits had been wrongly given, after which the construction company went to the Supreme Court. This has now 6 years later ruled that the flats must be demolished because they are built illegally.

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