The spokesman added that the Council had not had any particular interest in preserving the GESA building until the College of Architects asked for a protection order in November 2004. It is our obligation to study all the requests made, and the College of Architects is an expert in the matter, he added. However, the entire protection process may take more than six months as it will be open to public debate.
The land was purchased by Nuñez y Navarro for more than 70 million euros with the proviso there was no building on it, so they may now seek compensation. Or return it to GESA, or sell it to a promoter interested in reconverting it. There are several options, which are likely to keep the building in the headlines for some time to come.
The content of comment is the opinion of users and netizens and not of mallorcadailybulletin.com.
Comments contrary to laws, which are libellous, illegal or harmful to others are not permitted');
mallorcadailybulletin.com - reserves the right to remove any inappropriate comments.
Please remember that you are responsible for everything that you write and that data which are legally required can be made available to the relevant public authorities and courts; these data being name, email, IP of your computer as well as information accessible through the systems.