13 February 2017 – Europa Press
So far during this parliamentary term, the Ministry of Development and Housing at the Junta de Andalucía has disposed of 55,284 m2 of industrial land in the province of Jaén, spread over 39 plots, worth €3.8 million.
The proceeds received will be used to strengthen the management of land and public housing that the autonomous Government is developing, both in the province, as well as across the whole of Andalucía. In total, the sale of industrial, commercial and residential land during the same period has amounted to 185,774 m2, worth €30.7 million. (…).
The land sold in the province of Jaén is located in Alcalá la Real, Torredonjimeno, Huelma, Villacarrillo, Arjona and Martos. In the latter, the land sold is all located in the Cañada de la Fuente industrial estate, where the Junta invested €13 million on expansion with the aims of: strengthening the local production fabric; favouring commercial exchanges; driving economic development in the city and its surroundings; and generating employment.
“This sale of industrial land is one of the activities that we are promoting in the Andalucían Government to provide companies with land in the best possible conditions to facilitate growth and development, and therefore, the generation of employment”, said Felipe López, councillor at La Junta. (…).
The councillor added that his department will launch a new public tender at the end of February to sell 17 plots of land that have not been sold yet on this industrial estate and which have a surface area of 24,161 m2 and a value of €2.28 million. (…).
Original story: Europa Press
Translation: Carmel Drake