Plans to build three skyscrapers on Acequion Beach in Torrevieja have been given a favourable ‘environmental and territorial report by the Town Hall. The project would see two 29-storey residential buildings and a hotel built on a front-lie plot of 13,000 square metres.
The only objection to the project now comes from the association ‘Friends of South Alicante Wetlands, which has asked the Council to uphold the protection granted to the Acequion canal. This was built in 1480 and is the oldest in operation in the province. The developer has been asked to provide a study of the development, to be made available to the public, prior to final approval.