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TOWN HALL RESPONDS TO GROWING CONCERN ABOUT PORTITXOL DEVELOPMENT
A petition and protest have been organised in the wake of the announcement

Thursday 30th August 2018

JAVEA NEWS | PAI Portitxol

The Ayuntamiento de Xàbia has chosen to respond to the growing concern about proposals for urban development in the Portitxol zone, unease that another area of natural landscape will be lost underneath more concrete, generating even more chaos in an area that already suffers from traffic free-for-all during the busy summer months. A petition against development has already attracted some 1,500 signatures in just a few days and a protest has been planned for Friday 31st August to demonstrate in person the opposition to the proposal. And now the town hall issued the following statement:

"Give the interest raised about an urban plan presented for the Portitxol zone and the misinformation that residents are receiving, the Ayuntamiento de Xàbia wishes to inform of the following:

In the council session of this month August, the public exhibition of the Portitxol Integration Action Plan (PAI) 2 / 3a which adjoins the Carretera del Portitxol, a proposal affecting some 61,350 square metres of land that has been classified as URBAN since 1990, was approved. The area has consolidated construction around it and the proposal does not affect any protected area, the cliff area or indeed the island of Portitxol. It proposes 14 plots (not 45 as has been reported) with construction concentrated in the area closest to the road and an area of 18,000 square metres reserved as a green zone.

The approval to show these plans to the public doesn't mean that the proposal has been approved but is a step within the administrative process, exactly what makes the EPI public and allows those who feel that they will be affected by the proposal to present their argument against it. (Once the announcement is published in the Provincial Official Gazette there will be a period of 45 days to present these arguments into the municipal registry.)

It should be pointed out that the local government has supported recent environmental protection campaigns against development in both coastal and forested zones of Xàbia including Pativel and Patfor and has indeed rejected proposals for development in zones such as the Huertos del Montgó, the Saladar (a proposal for 1,000 houses) and in the area of La Falzia which overlooks the bay of Portitxol. In addition, it has declassified some 7,500,000 square metres of land previously highlighted for development in the new Plan General that is currently in process.


INFORMACIÓN SOBRE EL PAI DEL PORTITXOL

Ante el interés suscitado acerca de un plan urbanístico presentado en la zona del Portitxol y la información errónea que está recibiendo la población, el Ayuntamiento de Xàbia informa:

En el pleno de este mes de agosto se ha aprobado la exposición al público del Plan de Actuación Integral (PAI) Portitxol 2/3a (lindante a la carretera del Portixol) que afecta a 61.350 metros cuadrados de suelo calificado como URBANO desde 1990 y que tiene construcción consolidada a su alrededor. En ningún caso afecta a zona protegida, al área de acantilados ni mucho menos a l’Illa del Portixol.

El proyecto contempla 14 parcelas (no 45 como se ha llegado a decir), concentrando la edificación en la zona más cercana a la carretera y reservando una zona verde de 18.000 metros cuadrados.

Aprobar su exposición al público no significa que se haya autorizado el plan urbanístico, sino que es un paso dentro de la tramitación administrativa, precisamente la que le da carácter público al PAI y abre la posibilidad a que cualquier persona que se considere afectada pueda presentar alegaciones. (Una vez se publique el anuncio en el Boletín Oficial de la Provincia, habrá un plazo de 45 días para presentar estas alegaciones en el registro municipal).

Recordamos que el gobierno local ha apoyado las últimas iniciativas proteccionistas tanto para la zona litoral o forestal como el Pativel o el Patfor y rechazado proyectos en puntos singulares como Huertos del Montgó, el Saladar (1.000 casas) o La Falzía, además de desclasificar 7.500.000 metros cuadrados de suelo urbanizable en el nuevo Plan General ahora en trámites.




 

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