The consortium responsible for reforming the Playa de Palma has suffered another set back after being informed that technicians from the  History and Heritage department of the Council of Majorca detected sixteen “deficiencies” in the project.
This came only a week after being told by the Urban Development department that their own technicians also found the project to be faulty and incomplete. This latest report is due to be delivered to the Urban Department, which will decide over the next few days whether the project can  go ahead and fix the problems as they go, or bring the reformation plan to a complete halt until every little detail is resolved.
Alvaro Gijon, manager of the consortium said last week and repeated it again yesterday, that the group was working alongside the Council of Majorca to repair the mistakes but that these were only “minor technicalities”.


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