The Town Planning Councillor, Francisco García, recalls that "the City has done with the maximum speed all the paperwork and the project was awaiting the report of an agency under the Ministry of Environment since July."
The Town Planning of the City of Lorca, Francisco Garcia, has reported that the Consistory has today sent the report of the Autonomous Community of the Segura basin on the slaughter came Friday, after waiting since 22 July to resolve, despite the statements made by the Planning Officer for months. "
Garcia recalled that "the Hall has performed with the maximum speed all the paperwork for this project go ahead as soon as possible, but it was too much time has passed for the Ministry of Environment issued a favorable report."
The mayor explained that "after this procedure can only hope that the Planning Department report favorably or planted the rectifications that their technicians deemed necessary."
Willingness to make a bonus of up to 95%
Francisco Garcia also reported that "to facilitate the construction of the new slaughterhouse, and the resulting jobs would generate, the Municipal Government Team is ready to agree with the possible bonus local groups that provide municipal ordinances on tax Buildings and Facilities, which provides up to 95% reduction. "
In this sense, the mayor recalled that "will be the plenary to decide, because Noksel only 50% was applied, but have also made these bonuses Apandis, Step Foundation Blue and Santo Domingo, with an earlier report that justifies its social interest. "
Land prices lower than market
Finally, the Town Planning explained that "the price stipulated in the Convention of the slaughterhouse for Serrata land where they should locate the new facility is 30 euros per m2, well below the current market price of industrial land , for example in Saprelorca stands at around 80 euros per m2 and Noksel purchased the land for its facilities attached to that polygon for 55 euros per m2, which is a very good price. "
For this reason, Francisco García explained that "these prices are not set by politicians but by the municipal officers, so has required anyone seeking to lower the price of that land, to submit a report by a qualified technician endorsed by the professional body, because we are talking about a heritage that belongs to all of Lorca, with whom we want to contribute to economic revitalization and job creation but we can not give to anyone because it would be illegal. "
Finally, the mayor blamed the claims of the socialists to his desire to continue clouding the election campaign, because if they really wanted this project go ahead would have stuck fast to the CHS, which is headed by the Socialist Government. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca