The Department of Infrastructure, Planning and the Environment has already made public its resolution on the adoption of transitional planning rules that will govern the municipality of Dénia until the entry into force of the new General Plan. Since last Friday, it has suspended the validity of the General Plan of 72, and allowed licensed in Urbanized land that can be built through a license or isolated action or non-developable land, although work may not begin to take place until the final PGOU is approved.
The mayor of urban planning of the municipality of Dénia, Pepa FontHe explained that these transitional rules suspended activity developable land, which includes sectors such as Ronda Norte, Torrecremada, the Bosc de Diana, Madrigueres Nord, the B-2 Pinaret d'Elies next to the JP-1 and JP- Jesus Pobre 2 and 10 and 11 EU- Ximo l'Almàssera de La Xara, where construction of the new school is planned, among others.
These regulations establish the Cemetery of the English as a green zone, suspending licenses in the Pinaret de Jesús Pobre and also in the Finca de la Baronesa, included in the Ronda Norte sector. Likewise, it leaves the zone of Rotes-It montgó, keeping the building on plots of 800 to 1.200 meters and allowing the use of treatment plants until the sewer construction works are completed. In this regard, Font explained that they will consult the Júcar Hydrographic Conference, in charge of the sewerage works, the proposal.
Positive assessment of standards
For Font, this transitional regime is "Very restrictive, which does not cover all requests made by the city council, as was to leave out the suspension of licenses to the North Round", although its evaluation is "very positive" because it forces the city to finally approve a land-use planning.
Although these norms are valid for 4 years, Font stated that it does not arise "a horizon that crosses 2013 for the approval of the General Plan". In fact, Font explained that "If we do not have the capacity to approve it, we may have to step back so that other political forces approve it"
After two terms in which the government team has not been able to approve the main document governing the planning of the city in the coming years, Font considers that "It is absolutely necessary the approval of a PGOU that adapts to the times that run and that gives the value that the territory needs and that helps to boost our economy."
Meetings with groups affected
Font reported that this week will schedule meetings with associations of developers, builders and entrepreneurs to explain the details of the document, as they are the groups most affected by this new rule.
The PSOE expected not deplete 4 years of operation of the rules
Socialist spokesman in Dénia, Vicent GrimaltHe said that his party hopes the government team does not exhaust the 4 year period with these new rules, and that the PGOU is approved before the end of the legislature.
For Grimalt it is worrying "the lack of information and transparency that has involved the processing of these urban planning norms".