Benidorm refers the plot of Calle Italia to the Provincial Expropriation Jury

Benidorm refers the plot of Calle Italia to the Provincial Expropriation Jury
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BENIDORM. The Benidorm City Council has referred the file on a plot on Italia Street to the Alicante Provincial Forced Expropriation Jury. The local administration had proposed an amount of compensation well below what the owners are asking for, who have finally rejected the amount. For this reason, now the courts will be the ones to conclude with the fair price that the City Council will have to pay. The extremes range from almost one million euros to nearly 140,000 euros.

The Benidorm City Council had initiated the procedure for forced expropriation of the plot located at number 6 Italia Street, next to the train track. In recent years the land had become a garden and promenade area of ​​the municipality. The General Urban Planning Plan (PGOU) included this surface as urban land and was classified as General Systems of Free Spaces for Garden Areas.

As this newspaper already explained, it has an area of ​​465.09 square meters to be obtained by the City Council after having been occupied after the execution of the expansion works on Andalucía Avenue in its last section as well as the urbanization of Italia Street. As compensation, the municipal architect in his report dated February 9 calculated the amount at 139,754.89 euros, which included the 5% corresponding to the affection premium. For this assessment they had based themselves on the formulas used at the time for the expropriation of another plot in the area. Thus, an expropriation agreement was established by mutual agreement setting the fair price at 300.49 euros per square meter, including the condition premium.

However, the owners of the land rejected the proposal and provided an external report in which the amount they claimed was 478,513.30 euros. But it was also rejected by the City Council. Therefore, the proposal of the municipal technicians was approved at the expense of the decision of the owners, who have once again expressed their opposition, and this is why it has had to be referred to the Provincial Jury to resolve the conflict between the parties, as confirmed by the Councilor for Urban Planning, Lourdes Caselles.

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