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Title: Málaga City Hall has been fast-tracking the projects for the city and the coast coming from the new owner of Málaga football club, the Qatari Sheik, Abdulá Al Thani.
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   For example it took the Ayuntamiento, which took seven years to approve the new PGOU Urban Plan, just three months to find the land for a...

 

 For example it took the Ayuntamiento, which took seven years to approve the new PGOU Urban Plan, just three months to find the land for a new stadium and sports city as the new home for the club, finding land close to the airport. The land at Arrijanal, and 50 hectares of land between the mouth of the Guadalhorce and the Torremolinos border are the last piece of undeveloped coastal land in Málaga, and were marked in the PGOU as not for development after an earlier plan to build a hotel and 600 properties on the site was rejected by the Junta who wanted to see a grand park on the land. Under the new plans, Vallehermoso will be able to build 1,000 VPO council homes on the remaining 32 hectares of the site. El País reports that the City Hall has denied any official project saying that discussions have been going on for eight months, noting that the land is for public use. The new sports city has to be accepted as such. The new stadium would be located to the north of the A7 and would homd 60,000. The development would also see a commercial centre and hotel if all the problems are overcome, including possible objections from AENA as the development would be in the area of influence of the airport. A good start to the season for the football club has resulted in many locals relating the Sheik with the completion of many projects which have been long awaited in the city, and it could be considered that expectations are unrealistically high. The Sheik is also interested in investing in Marbella, and extending the La Bajadilla marina in the town.

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