R.I.P. 2003 (Benissa, Alicante). Was it a hurricane? Was it a flash flood? No, it was a Valencian law !!!!. Spain. Democratic State, Rule of Law. Member of the European Union. Article 33 of the Spanish Constitution recognises the right to private property.
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This house does not exist:
Country property for sale near Alicante, for over €200,000
Under Valencian land legislation, a country house and garden, paying town rates, is treated the same as uninhabited, barren land.
A blind eye has been turned to this loophole for far too long. It means that the application of the LRAUbenefits big landownersandharms small landowners
Have a look at the European Parliament’s official report:
(Available in German, English, Spanish, French and Swedish.)
=Mr. Camps, President of the Valencian Regional Government:A house is a house and open country is open country
When the bulldozers move in there is a difference!!
STOP Urban Abuses !
PRESSURE FROM DECENT PEOPLE WILL PUT AN END TO THESE UNJUST AND ABUSIVE PRACTICES
E-mail or fax the President of the Valencian Regional Government:
We wish to express our support for the Abusos Urbanísticos NO (AUN) fight for the rights of small land and homeowners and in particular the right to private property and a home. We demand that the LRAU be repealed immediately and replaced with a law in full compliance with the Spanish Constitution and with European and International laws protecting human rights, private property and the environment. We also demand an official moratorium on the approval of new development plans (both PGOUs and PAIs).
Honorable Sr. D. Francisco Camps Ortiz,
Presidente de la Generalitat Valenciana,
Pl. Manises, S/N,
Fax: (+34) 963863597
E-mail the Chairman of the European Parliament Committee on Petitions:
We support Petition Nº 609/2003and the MEPs’ report on “urbanistic” abuses in Valencia.
Mr. Marcin LIBICKI,
Comittee on Petitions,
1048 Brussels, Belgium
E-mail the Minister of Justice:
Apoyamos la petición de la asociación "Abusos Urbanísticos No (AUN)" para que la Fiscalía Anticorrupción investigue y persiga las conductas ilícitas ligadas al urbanismo en la Comunidad Valenciana.
We wish to express our support for the petition of the Association Abusos Urbanísticos NO (AUN) calling for the Anticorruption Prosecutor to investigate and prosecute all illegal activities connected with building developments in the Valencian Community.
Excmo. Sr. D. Juan Fernando López Aguilar,
Ministro de Justicia,
San Bernardo, 45 -28015 Madrid
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