Tuesday January 28, 2020

Spanish practices get an overhaul

24th November, 2019
The region of Andalusia has been dogged by complex and frustrating planning issues over the years

Spain's southern province of Andalusia, long beset by planning logjams and corruption, is finally bringing in new laws for illegal properties in the region. Diarmaid Condon reports

The southern Spanish province of Andalusia is home to just under 8.5 million people. It has famously suffered from some of the most complex and frustrating planning issues in Spain for over four decades. The fact that it is home to the Costa del Sol, a favourite with...

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