Malaga City Council has decided to reduce urban planning incentives for the construction of new hotels. The council’s Urban Planning commission will approve a change in the General Urban Plan (PGOU) this week to revoke an agreement made six years ago which raised the land considered suitable for hotel building in the city from 10% to 20%. A spokesman said that the number of hotel beds available in the city was more than enough to meet current demand, which is not expected to rise considerably in the next few years.


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