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The Civil Guard dismantles a plot dedicated to promote an urbanization on a promenade (07/04/2017)

26 persons have been invested by a promoter and 25 builders / owners for offenses relating to land-use planning

SEPRONA agents have inspected over one hundred parcels related to the dismantled plot

They offered plots of a rustic farm at a price much lower than the market price

The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, in the framework of the operation 'TORREMOCHA', has dismantled a criminal network dedicated to the sale of plots to promote an illegal urbanization in Librilla.

So far 26 people have been investigated, and they have been instructed as alleged perpetrators of a crime related to land management.

Last year, at the request of the Prosecutor's Office of the Superior Court of Justice of the Region of Murcia (TSJRM), civil guards of the Nature Protection Service (SEPRONA) started the operation to investigate alleged illegal constructions in the Torremocha area of ​​the municipality Of Librilla.

Apparently, most of these constructions could be invading the hydraulic public domain of the rambla Torremocha, with the consequent risk of flooding before a possible avenue of water.

From the investigation it appears that the administrator of the promoter company was associated in a first phase with other people and mercantiles to buy the land classified as non-urbanizable and for agricultural use.

In a later phase, the estates were parceled out and adapted to housing estates, establishing for them streets, fencing, septic tanks and water supply and electricity supply facilities.

The modus operandi used to mask this illegal urban development consisted of selling the different precincts (parcels), prepared for the construction of houses, by public deeds of sale of the land, where the parcels are described and transmitted as an indivisible portion of the estate Rustic but without attribution of exclusive use on the part of the land, thus obviating the need to apply for segregation and parceling licenses.

During the development of the operation, the Civil Guard has inspected 112 precincts, mostly with homes inside, and investigated 26 people including the administrator of the promoter company, several collaborators and a group of builders and owners .

It has also been detected that these events have been taking place for about a decade.

It is the circumstance that the promoter and ringleader of the dismantled plot was already convicted in 2012 for an offense concerning the planning of the territory.

Crime relating to land-use planning

Collected in the Penal Code, this offense commits the carrying out of urbanization, construction or building works that are not authorized in soils destined for roads, green areas, public domain properties or places that have legal or administrative recognition of their landscape, ecological, Artistic, historical or cultural, or for the same reasons have been considered of special protection and is punished with imprisonment from one year and six months to four years, a fine of twelve to twenty-four months, except that the benefit obtained by the crime Is greater than the resulting amount in which case the fine shall be equal to three times the amount of said benefit, and special disqualification for a profession or trade for a period of one to four years.

The operation 'TORREMOCHA' has been developed with the coordination of different public administrations, such as the Public Prosecutor's Office of the TSJRM, the City Council of Librilla, the Cadastre, the Registry of Property, the Ministry of Water, Agriculture and Environment of the Autonomous Community of Region of Murcia, the Segura Hydrographic Confederation and the Civil Guard.

Source: Ministerio del Interior

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