5,000 signatures against new seafront urbanisation ‘Las Olas’ in Denia

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MORE THAN 5,000 people have already signed the petition ‘SOS Denia’ on change.org, opposing the build of the controversial urbanisation ‘Las Olas’ directly in front of the sea on Les Marines beach.

Signatories have demanded that the construction, planned on one of the most delicate and damaged sections of the Marina Alta coast, be denied permission by Costas and the City Council of Denia.

Alongside the petition, started earlier this month, Protejamos la Playa and SOS Natura Marina Alta have called for a comprehensive, durable and lasting solution to halt the progressive deterioration of the coasts of Denia and surrounding areas. Along with signatures, many comments have been left on the change.org petition that show concern for the coast and for the almost non-existent Blay Beach.

Protejamos la Playa have also questioned recent actions taken by Costas in order to restore the beaches before Easter, describing the tonnes of sand poured along the coast as a ‘makeup operation that is nothing more tan a patch for a chronic disease’.

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