Illegal car parks denounced in common rustic land and protected rustic land – in the archaeological zone of Pollentia – in Alcúdia

Aug 15, 2022 | Post, Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

The GOB has detected a list of rural properties in the municipality of Alcúdia occupied by illegal car parks promoted by the Town Hall, on common rustic land and protected rustic land (archaeological zone of Pollèntia).

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The plots detected are:

C/ Islas Baleares, 47 (Puerto de Alcudia); part urban and rustic land.
Polygon 3 plot 26
Polygon 4, plot 9
Polygon 4, plot 40 (protected rural land – archaeological zone of Pollentia);.
Polygon 1, plot 72
Polígono 4, parcela 51 (protected rural land – archaeological zone of Pollèntia);.
Polygon 3, plot 5
Plot adjacent to Bearn St. and Maristany St.
Plot in front of the municipal cemetery (protected rustic land – archaeological zone of
Polygon 2, plot 5 (part of the parking area)
Plot 42 – Santa Ana de Can Costa, plotted in the attached plan 7.2 of the NN.SS of the municipality of Alcudia, dated December 2006), property of the Insular Council of Mallorca (protected rural land – archaeological zone of Pollentia), located at the entrance of the Camino del Teatro Roma from the centre of Alcudia. Port of Alcudia; plot adjoining the round entrance to the commercial port and Butano settlement.

Attached map 7.2 of the NN.SS of Alcudia, dated December 2006 in which we have plotted those destined in whole or in part to car parks within protected land.

The car parks do not have an authorisation for activities and do not comply with accessibility regulations.

For all these reasons, the GOB has filed a complaint with the Territorial Defence Agency of the Consell de Mallorca so that under the protection of the public urban planning and activities action, the GOB can be considered an interested party or complainant-interested party, an inspection report can be drawn up, and the City Council and the Insular Council of Mallorca can be asked for the administrative background (rental contracts for the occupied properties, municipal technical reports issued – which we know are unfavourable, authorisations from the CIM to the Town Hall to occupy property 42 as a car park) – and resolve to initiate proceedings for urban planning discipline, penalties and restoration of the infringed urban planning reality against those allegedly responsible, among others the Town Hall and the Mallorca Island Council / Department of Historical Heritage (the latter as the administration which owns at least property 42 – Santa Ana de Can Costa destined for car parking).

The GOB demands from the ADT a thorough investigation of the entire municipality, especially around the different urban centres, which will probably lead to an extension of the above-mentioned list.