Cala Mosca Plans Back on the Table

The developer proposing to build 2,200 homes on the last stretch of untouched coastline in Orihuela Costa has resubmitted the plans. Changes made to take account of the regional government’s environmental impact study and the new pans have a larger protected area for native species of flora and fauna. There now appears to be no legal obstacles remaining to stop the project at Cala Mosca from going ahead, however, local environmentalists have yet to respond to the move.  

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