The local Government Board, chaired by Mayor Ana Belén Castejón, has approved this noon the first inventory of land owned by the City Council of Cartagena that encrypts the land in a total of 103 farms, distributed throughout the municipality and free of all charges, with a market value of 36,789,469 euros.
This is the land obtained in the transfer of 10% urban development of the units of action of the General Urban Planning Plan, which means that it is developable land.
âThe City Council can use this land either for the construction of Housing for Official Protection or other purposes of social interest, or sell it, in which case the income derived from that sale must be used in the conservation or expansion of municipal heritage, said the Mayor, Ana Belén Castejón.
To this first inventory must be added soon the plots also coming from assignments of urban development managed by the municipal society Casco Antiguo.
The lands of this first inventory of municipal lots are located, among others, in:
4 plots in Alumbres 2 La Palma
1 Barrio de la Concepción 1 La Puebla
1 Barrio Peral 3 Los Belones
7 Cabo de Palos 5 Los Dolores
1 Quarries 1 Los Nietos
1 The Barreros 1 The Urrutias
6 The Algar 1 Miranda
2 Strait of San Ginés 3 Marfagones Mills
2 Isla Plana 1 El Bohío
8 Minor Islands / Mar de Cristal 1 San Antón
2 La Aparecida 5 Santa Ana
2 La Manga 17 Roche
NEW AID FOR THE Amphitheater
The Government Board has also given the green light to a proposal from the Department of Culture to present the project of the 3rd phase of the Roman Amphitheater to the 1.5% Cultural program.
Specifically, it is the recovery of the southeast quadrant, whose project has an execution budget of 1 million euros, of which the City would contribute 250,000 euros.
The first mayor has indicated that âat the beginning of last year the work of the first phase was completed and those of the second have already begun.
If they grant us 1.5% Cultural so that we can carry out the project we approved, we could recover more than half of our Amphitheater, so it would be a decisive advance for our historical heritage. â
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena