A judge in Almería Rivera ruled last week that the Junta de Andalucia and the Socialist-controlled Carboneras Town Council ignored the Coasts Law and the plan for the Cabo de Gata Nature Park when they allowed the Hotel Algarrobico to be built just 28 metres from the shore, and to insist for years that it was legal. He declared the licence for the hotel to be null and void and called on the prosecutor to investigate who is responsible at both a local and regional level, as he considered a perversion of the course of justice has been committed. The hotel’s developed, Azata del Sol, will demand €100 million in compensation if the building is expropriated and demolished.

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