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CALA MOSCA PUBLIC CONSULTATION

PROJECT TO BUILD 1,500 HOUSES ON THE LAST GREEN AREA ON ORIHUELA COSTA
At the end of 2008, C.L.A.R.O. began its campaign to Save Cala Molsca. In 2010 we presented a Petition to the European Parliament supported by over 7000 signatures.
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PROJECT TO BUILD 1,500 HOUSES ON THE LAST GREEN AREA ON ORIHUELA COSTA
At the end of 2008, C.L.A.R.O. began its campaign to Save Cala Molsca. In 2010 we presented a Petition to the European Parliament supported by over 7000 signatures.

After two appearances by C.L.A.R.O’s President, Bob Houliston, in the Petitions Committee of the European Parliament to defend efforts to save this last green area on Orihuela Costa, the European Parliament has intervened to freeze the building project and to insist on it being subject to a public consultation procedure and an Environment Impact Study to ensure the protection of endangered flora and fauna present on Cala Mosca and respect of other European environmental legislation.

C.L.A.R.O. is determined that the building project should be subject to the closest possible scrutiny in the course of these two procedures and that every legal effort is made, to protect from excessive urbanisation this emblematic area between Punta Prima and Playa Flamenca, with the last views of the sea on Orihuela Costa. Orihuela Costa should have a sea- front natural park on Cala Mosca just as Torrevieja has Cala Ferris.

A large natural park on Cala Mosca would be of great value to residents and tourists alike, as well as providing an attraction to potential investors in Orihuela Costa who are needed to ensure the future prosperity of our area.

C.L.A.R.O. is therefore launching a campaign to ensure the greatest possible participation in the public consultation process. The consultation provides an opportunity for all those interested in saving this last remaining natural sea-front area to respond to a questionnaire to evaluate the importance of the area.

There are no limits, such as nationality, registration on the Padron or Residencia, to participating in the procedure and submitting the completed questionnaire to Orihuela Town Hall. Our efforts will concentrate on residents and property owners in Orihuela Costa.

Copies of the questionnaire in Spanish can be downloaded from the Orihuela Town Hall webpage (Ayuntamiento Orihuela homepage, Ciudadano, Planiamiento, Plan de Participación Publica – Alameda del Mar, print pages 5-10) The questionnaire should be completed in Spanish.

To help those wishing to participate in the consultation, C.L.A.R.O. will provide an English translation of the questionnaire as well as a guide to answering the questions in Spanish.

Copies of the questionnaire, the translation and the guide will be available in the C.L.A.R.O. OFFICE, Asturias Restaurant, Punta Prima, for three weeks as of 25 March. C.L.A.R.O. volunteers will be available to help those interested in completing the questionnaire.

The completed questionnaire should have the name and identification particulars of the person submitting the questionnaire (NIE or passport).

The questionnaire should be signed and each page should be signed or initialed.

We appeal to all those interested in saving Cala Mosca to participate in the consultation procedure and complete and submit the questionnaire, PREFERABLY leaving completed copies in the C.L.A.R.O. OFFICE for us to hand over to the Town Hall in return for a receipt, OR by returning the questionnaires directly to the Orihuela Town Hall in Playa Flamenca. The public consultation will close on 15 April so there is only limited time available to register our strong interest in Cala Mosca and our deep concern to preserve it, as far as possible, as a natural park.

The success of the C.L.A.R.O. Petition and the involvement of the European Parliament provide us with a last opportunity to defend our environment and make Orihuela Costa a green and pleasant land.

The C.L.A.R.O. OFFICE is open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday to Friday, except on public holidays. The office telephone number is 661 333 593. Further information will be provided during C.L.A.R.O’s open meetings held every Friday in the Asturias Restaurant from 5 p.m. – 6.30 p.m. for English speakers and 6.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. for Spanish speakers. Because of Easter, there will be no meeting on Good Friday, 29 March.

WE NEED YOUR HELP AND PARTICIPATION IN THIS EFFORT TO SAVE CALA MOSCA AND PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT OF ORIHUELA COSTA

Filed under: http://www.theleader.info/article/38367/

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