The intricacies of regulations regarding land, its classification and which authority is supposed to do what (or which doesn't) have been exposed by the case of the Vilar urbanisation in Pollensa. The regional government faces a compensation claim of over 16 million euros for not having implemented a plan to develop the urbanisation that dates back to 1983 and now Pollensa town hall faces a further claim for compensation from owners, it having in theory assumed responsibility for development in 1999 but which has not been effected, partly because of a classification ruling in 2008.
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Saturday, March 30, 2013
MALLORCA TODAY - Pollensa town hall faces Vilar compensation claim
Labels: Compensation, Mallorca, Pollensa, Vilar urbanisation
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