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The Governing Board unblocks the Rambla Partial Plan in which some 1,700 homes will be built (11/02/2019)

The Local Government Board of the City of Cartagena, chaired by the mayor, Ana Belén Castejón, today approved the unlocking of the urban development on the west bank of Rambla de Benipila, which had been paralyzed for more than 25 years.

As indicated by the mayor, the agreement determines the validity of the Rambla Partial Plan, as a consequence of the nullity of the revision of the General Plan in 2012, which obliged to return to the urban situation of the 1987 Plan.

Likewise, the validity of the urban development agreement of this partial plan approved by the plenary session of the City Council in 1989, stipulating the transfer by the company Cartagena Parque, of the Tomás Olivo developer, of the public park lands of more than 300 thousand square meters is established. and the execution of part of the works in this park;

as well as a public parking of more than a thousand places and the construction and urbanization of access to Cartagena through the Avenida del Cantón, between the Tentegorra road and the Carthagonova Stadium bridge.

In exchange Cartagena Park received the municipal urban development of the Partial Plan.

However, as Ana Belén Castejón explained, the works envisaged in this agreement were paralyzed almost three decades ago as a result of the resources of some owners affected by the road and the topographic failures presented by the urbanization project prepared by the City Council.

The mayor and Tomás Olivo have appeared after the Governing Board, to explain the details of this agreement, which includes the rectification by the municipal services of the urbanization project and the improvement of the infrastructures the sections made at the time by Cartagena Park, something that initially was not required but that the promoter has accepted.

For Ana Belén Castejón, the unblocking of the Rambla Partial Plan will allow to finish the road to the bridge and adapt it to the new regulations, constituting essential access for our city;

In addition, it will be possible to expand and finish the Parque de la Rambla and have an area of ​​urban expansion of about 1,700 homes.

Ana Belén Castejón thanked the willingness of Tomás Olivo to unlock this issue, describing it as a "historic" moment, since despite lacking a General Plan and transitory rules, the development of the city will not be affected by it. and Cartagena may have a new area of ​​urban expansion.

He has also ensured that one of his objectives upon arrival at the Mayor's Office was to sit down and negotiate with the owner of the largest stock of urban land, so that the development of the city would not be slowed by the lack of a general plan.

The mayor stressed that the agreement reached is a strictly municipal competition management and its success contrasts with arrears and unfulfilled promises by the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia regarding the development of transitory rules that partially alleviate the cancellation of the General Plan, whose approval was also within its competence.

According to Tomás Olivo, the works to improve the road, in what concerns the polygon 3 (in the vicinity of the Sports Palace and Eroski), will be able to start shortly and has announced that the first houses, in buildings of 10 floors, could be finished within two and a half years.

Olivo also recalled the low buildability of the Rambla Partial Plan, which stands at 0.3;

while in other adjoining areas, it is at 0.6.

Finally and questions from journalists, the mayor has indicated that the camp of the Carthaginians and Romans will not be seen immediately and that the festeros can install their booths without problems next September.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena

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