The owners of the land of the new southern electrical network cited

The owners of the land of the new southern electrical network cited

On six dates next March, the owners of 102 plots to be expropriated must appear in the town halls of Yaiza and Tías, so that the new power lines can be executed in the south of the island. The precise list was announced this past Monday at an official level, with date and time for each natural or legal person, through the General Directorate of Energy of the Government of the Canary Islands.

Most of the plots are in the municipality of Yaizaan aspect that explains why in this case the appearances on municipal land have been scheduled for the days March 12, 13, 14, 20 and 21, always in the morning hours. To establish the relationship, the collaboration for months provided by the City Council chaired by Óscar Noda has been crucial.

In the case of Aunts, where the mayor, José Juan Cruz Saavedrá, also offered to collaborate with the Executive, as well as Red Eléctrica de España (REE), the entity that promotes the new lines; Appointments have been scheduled for the morning of March 22.

Allegations will be accepted at the meetings, although it must be taken into account that they will lead to the occupation of the plots.

More than 200 plots affected

It is worth remembering that altogether more than 200 occupations have been marked, so a second round of citations is to be expected, based on the list released last fall, of which CANARIAS7 gave a timely account. The complete list was released more than seven years after the announcement in the spring of 2016 in which the activity was submitted to public information. And with the addition that we have to go back to December 2010 to find announcements that gave rise to the procedures that are still pending closure.

Knowing the relationship, REE intends to occupy nearly 123,000 square meters of land between the two southern municipalities. According to what is clarified in the list, some underground action is included for the new laying, but far from the claims that have been claimed for years by the town councils and the Cabildo, which have even committed to providing funds to minimize the visual impact of the new network, as has been done by the Government of the Canary Islands.

The new infrastructure, designed to reinforce the Lanzarote-Fuerteventura line to 132 kilowatts, has been planned to run between Mácher and Playa Blanca with an extension of 17.8 kilometers, passing through the camel roundabout in Uga and passing through Femés. as well as the Natural Monument of Los Ajaches. The presence of several turrets has been planned, some with a height of more than 50 meters.


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