Town Planning Department headed by the deputy mayor, Ana Belén Castejón, continues with the inspection of properties to detect deficiencies. “We have strengthened the Urban Planning Inspection Service to ensure compliance with the law, as well as the safety of citizens,” said Castejón.
In this way, a SERU file has been processed for the Katy restaurant in Cabo de Palos, as the premises are in an advanced state of deterioration and abandonment, with remains of furniture in very poor condition, as well as rubble, glass and rubbish inside.
During the inspection, it was also found that one of the beams inside the premises was seriously damaged and that some of the exterior beams had become detached and were not properly secured. In the terrace area, some of the restaurant’s signage has also become detached.
The town planning report dated 27 September requests as precautionary measures the eviction and sealing of the premises and its terrace, while the required actions are carried out, for which the owner has a maximum period of 10 days.
In addition to this report, the Department of Urban Development Discipline has also detected problems in façades with risk of detachment of rubble from balconies, lintels or cornices in buildings on Calle Gloria, Calle Tierno Galván and Calle Jara. The last SERU report drawn up by the Town Planning Department corresponds to a building in Plaza de la Merced, due to the detachment of the covering of the perimeter wall.
Once this time has elapsed without the correction of the deficiencies detected in the SERU files by the owners, the Town Council is responsible for carrying out the works in a subsidiary manner at the expense of the owners.