November 07 from 2017 - 10: 16
Urban planning in Dénia continues to weave its future. While these days, and until the next December 28, the documentation of the General Structural Plan in the Town Hall is exposed to the public, the Conselleria is working on the Urgent Transitory Urban Regulations of Denia (NUTU), which would replace the RUT (Regime). Urbanistic Transitory), which is no longer in force.
That is why the businessmen of Dénia met with the director general of the Territorial Organization, Urbanisme and Paisatge, Lluis Ferrando, who told them that the NUTU could be exposed to the public next December. The NUTU will allow, in the opinion of entrepreneurs "save day to day" by creating a stable, although limited, framework in municipal urbanism.
This meeting was attended by the president of the CEDMA, Sonja Dietz, together with Alberto Morera and Carlos Pesquera, and in it they were aware that, in case of divergence between the NUTU and the General Structural Plan of Dénia, the provisions of the PGE would always prevail. Thus, although an area was considered urban land by the NUTU, if it is not by the PGE, it could not be licensed as urban.
The businessmen were concerned about the current situation of urbanism in the city, which is causing numerous problems, as well as their concern for several of the things that appear in the PGE and that in the opinion of CEDMA may lead in the future to claims for patrimonial responsibility against the City of Dénia. Among others, they cited the cases of the new road marked for the entrance of Dénia that, if executed, would lead to the expropriation of multiple private lands.
From CEDMA they transferred to the general director the information on the participative workshops that have organized next to the Federation of Associations of Neighbors, something that according to Dietz "It has been seen with very good eyes by the Department". In fact, the CEO himself asked CEDMA to send him a copy of the allegations to Dénia's PGE once they have been prepared.
Alberto Morera affirms that "We have returned with the commitment that they will study all the allegations presented, especially those related to property liability". Even more, "They have told us that in case of incurring a risk of patrimonial responsibility, the Ministry would request the City Council to have said risk reflected in the feasibility studies".