THE Resident's Association of Sa Calatrava (Palma) yesterday complained about an articulated lorry of 22 tonnes and a crane lorry of 44 tonnes entering the Plaza Llorenc Villalonga-Dalt Murada in the district. This has been declared a national monument with Special Cultural Interest (BIC) and is in an ancient part of the town of great historical interest.
This part of the town has limited access for vehicles above five tonnes.
An association spokesman criticised the lorries for staying from 8 in the morning until 8.45 at night (the permit expires at 7pm).
This stopped all access to Dalt Murada and they allegedly deposited large, heavy loads of iron over the Renaissance wall without any technicians from the city council or the Council of Majorca being in attendance. This iron was for a building which is being constructed on the piece of land next to the building Imprenta de Mossen Alcover - Plaza Llorenc Villalonga 13 - work which was stopped at the beginning because permission had not been granted and there was no architect's inspection plan. When they left the district the crane lorry, 44 tonnes, hit the balcony of number 30 of the calle Porta de la Mar because of its size, the spokesman complained. He also criticised the lorry for exiting through the calle Porta de Mar and the Plaza and the Sant Jeroni church.


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