7 December 2017 – Eje Prime
The Valencian Government has already managed to generate investor interest in the plots of land next to the region’s theme park, Terra Mítica, in Benidorm. The public administration has received thirteen offers for eight of the nine plots that it has put up for auction with a sales value of €26.35 million.
For those plots, which together span a combined surface area of 2.79 million m2, the ‘Sociedad Proyectos Temáticos de la Comunidad Valenciana’ (SPTCV or Company for Theme Park Projects in the Community of Valencia) has received proposals from ten companies, according to a report from the regional government itself. More offers may still be received over the next few days, through other public registers or by registered post, according to Expansión.
The transfer of land will be carried out with the right of use already granted to several companies for the next few decades. Such is the case of the Villaitana (Meliá) and Asia Garden (Barceló) hotels, as well as the land that is currently occupied by the Terra Natura theme park.
Original story: Eje Prime
Translation: Carmel Drake