01 December 2016 - 17: 15
The councilors of Podemos in the City of Dénia, Antonio Losada and Alexander Rodenkirchen, have positioned themselves in favor of the construction of an international school in the municipality of Dénia. But not 100%, since for them "there are reasonable doubts about the appropriateness of its location".
Both mayors agree that the importance of the decision, the municipal corporation should seek the maximum consensus when deciding on a possible report, no precipitation and collecting all necessary data. Although they consider that the position of the EATIM of Jesus Pobre and the Association of local residents should have a big weight in the final decision, "It should not be definitive since the socioeconomic impact of the project affects all citizens of the municipal territory"They say.
Among the positive aspects that highlight the project is "that of the almost 60.000 m2 of the project, the 50% is free (not buildable), in the case of 9.000 m2 built, whose buildings will consist only of 2 heights, draining surfaces and that the perception from the road (when buried) is of a height (due to the slope of the “terraced” terrain), which would lead to an Integration Measure ".
Since we also positively value the work that could be created as well as the economic impact, since, according to economic estimates provided by the developer, the Canon Urbanístco amounts to 400.000, 00 €, which would be paid by single payment, ie, € 400.000 for the people, and the IBI amount to approximately € 50.000 year.
Regarding the position of the EATIM and neighbors, reluctant to build this school, propose a Public Consultation with all legal guarantees, that reflects the feelings of Jesus Pobre on this subject. Regarding the possible environmental impact and circulation problems, among others, which could lead to that project, say "It would be essential to issue a Technical report that evaluates both issues, and in any case, if the site is unfavorable, to enable an alternative location to the project".
Still, the mayors of can remember that "The final decision on the suitability or not of the project will depend on the Ministry, who, by legal mandate is the competent body to resolve, so that any municipal report has a preceptive, but not binding".