Tuesday, December 17, 2019

First shovel in the ground

Last week the license was granted to carry out the archaeological excavation in the ground under the property on Calle Pozoz Dulces 29.

Procurement of builders for the excavation, as well as procurement of archaeologist for analysis of the land had been done earlier this year so (Monday) the work on site started. The production team with architect Eduardo Rojas in the lead was in place when the work began. 

Within 3-4 working weeks, the archaeological report is expected to be completed and sent to the Junta de Andalucia government for approval. Thereafter, the administrative process is expected to take about 4-6 working weeks before the final building permit gains legal force.

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