ANSE, denouncing land reclamation to all competent authorities (local, regional and state) welcomes the decision and asks the Autonomous stop Perichan favor, canceling the permits issued for agricultural business wing plow 50 hectares of coastline
In June 2011, ANSE reported to the Coastal Murcia, Autonomous City of Mazarrón and the Agricultural Association Perichan SL company had proceeded to the clearing of 50 acres of shoreline in Canada Gallego (Mazarrón), affecting habitats of interest Community, to protected species and even Shoreline Public Domain.
The work had authorization of the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia (Department of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity and Directorate General of Ports and Transport), which had authorized the action by going to the regime of exceptions, with no reason for it and obviating a unfavorable report of the Coastal.
The Association brought in October 2011 an appeal with the Minister Antonio Sevilla, requesting the suspension of the authorization granted by the Director General of Ports and Transport, José María Tomás Barnabas.
Although it has been almost a year, the appeal has not been resolved.
Meanwhile, the Coastal Authority has recently issued a resolution that punishes Perichan with â‚¬ 8082.60 uros for a minor offense (execution of works without authorization) and another major (disruption of access) of the Coastal Act.
Moreover, and more interestingly, it requires the return of the maritime-terrestrial public domain affected by plowing.
As confirmed by the City Council Anse de Mazarrón, the proposed installation of greenhouses in the area plowed been stalled in the City Council Planning services for the legal questions that arise around this intervention.
ANSE welcomes the actions of those responsible for the Coastal and Mazarrón Town Hall and regrets the attitude of the Autonomous Community, which is favoring the interests of Perichan to not resolve the appeal filed by the Association.
Furthermore, authorizations and reports of the Directorate General of Ports and Transport and the Directorate General of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity are so favorable that have come to be employed by the defendant's claims in sanctioning Costas resolved now.
The Association hopes that the various complaints and initiatives raised before various agencies prevent the 50 hectares of Galician coast of Canada end up profoundly altered by the installation of greenhouses and monitor to proceed to DPMT effective restoration.
To ANSE, stretches of undeveloped coast are a resource landscape and extraordinarily valuable natural heritage that should be protected in a region that aims to reach important tourist based on the conservation of natural values.