More than a thousand owners are affected by the expansion of the Historic Complex of Los Hoteles-Pino del Oro, declared BIC in 2007, and that, after the cancellation by the Superior Court of Justice of the Canary Islands (TSJC) of the first attempt to expand, now the Cabildo de Tenerife takes up again. Yesterday, the BOE collected the publication of the initiation of the file and the list of cadastral owners affected by this new delimitation, which include properties such as the Plaza de Toros, the plot of the Hotel Mencey and the Casa Duque, the building of Captaincy or those known as Yellow Houses, in the southeast limit.
The publication thus complies with the duty to inform all interested parties so that they may appear in the process and present the allegations they deem appropriate. The Santa Cruz City Council is one of those affected, and as he had already announced, yesterday the Town Planning Councilor, Carlos Tarife, confirmed the opposition of the Chicharrero City Council to this extension, without ruling out the possibility of reaching an administrative dispute against it. decision, if necessary. Santa Cruz alleges that two years had to pass since the cancellation of the first expansion to start a new one, time that the Cabildo has not allowed to pass.
With the initiation of the file, the Consistory must treat the properties that have been included in the extension as if they were part of the Historical Complex for all purposes, therefore presenting the same degree of protection. The Hotels BIC is being expanded, according to the Cabildo, to protect properties with clear patrimonial values that were left out of the first delimitation.