The Canary Islands plan their roadmap for the imminent transfer of Costas

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A technical commission will be constituted to analyze the pending files

CANARY ISLANDS7 The Gran Canarian palms

The Ministry of Ecological Transition, Fight against Climate Change and Territorial Planning of the Government of the Canary Islands and the Ministry of Territorial Policy will soon set up a technical commission to analyze all the ongoing files related to the jurisdiction of Coasts, which will be assumed by the regional Executive
from next January 1.

The director responsible for the Area, José Antonio Valbuena, explained that his Department has already planned all the necessary preliminary work to evaluate the volume of files, set priorities and establish a roadmap "that allows the transition to be much easier for the staff technician and politician who will assume these tasks.

In this sense, Valbuena advanced that his Ministry
This same year, a round of consultations and meetings will be held with groups (environmental groups, hotel employers, Platform for People Affected by the Coastal Law, etc.), public administrations (councils and town councils) and individuals linked to this type of files to share the vision that the Canarian Government has regarding the management of this competition and how it will proceed in the first months of management.

The Regional Minister stressed that the "transfer of these powers
will not imply a reinterpretation of the current law to favor certain interests, but a greater closeness on the part of the administration when analyzing these procedures and "a clear interest in protecting the coastline as one of our most precious natural assets".

Likewise, Valbuena recalled that this transfer of powers also
will involve the delegation of 20 jobs by the Ministry«which will be reinforced by another 25 own staff that will be created in the List of Jobs of the Ministry of Ecological Transition, Fight against Climate Change and Territorial Planning of the Government of the Canary Islands».

"This historical transfer has required a large number of meetings to reach an agreement that would place the Canary Islands with the same powers as other autonomous communities such as Andalusia or Catalonia, which was the priority objective of this Government," Valbuena stressed.

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