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El proceso para ceder suelo público a Testigos de Jehová lo inició el gobierno tripartito


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Parcela situada en Río Real afectada por el expediente. : / JOSELE-LANZA -

El expediente para la cesión de una parcela de propiedad pública y uso educativo a la confesión religiosa Testigos Cristianos de Jehová, que ya se encuentra en su fase final, viene de lejos. Concretamente desde marzo de 2016, cuando en Marbella aún gobernaba la alianza tripartita compuesta por el PSOE, Izquierda Unida y Opción Sampedreña (OSP).

Fue precisamente un edil de esta última formación, Manuel Osorio -que en aquel gobierno estuvo al frente de la Delegación de Hacienda y Patrimonio, responsabilidad en la que siguió tras la moción de censura del verano de 2017-, el que dio los primeros pasos nueve años después de que en el Ayuntamiento se recibiera una petición de los responsables de la confesión religiosa para la cesión de suelo donde construir una sede.

Esta petición había sido recibida en el Ayuntamiento el 16 de enero de 2007, pero no fue atendida hasta el 1 de marzo de 2016, según consta en documentación municipal a la que ha tenido acceso este periódico. El expediente iniciado entonces fue denominado proyecto 'Nuevo Salón del Reino' y afecta a la cesión de una parcela de 2.200 metros y propiedad municipal en el paraje Río Real de la urbanización El Pinar. El solar está compuesto por 2.000 metros de suelo clasificado para uso educativo y otros 200 metros destinados a uso social.

En esa fecha, Osorio remitió una nota interior al jefe de Servicio de Patrimonio y Bienes del Ayuntamiento dando cuenta de un nuevo escrito presentado por la organización religiosa en el que solicitaba la adjudicación de la parcela por cesión o bien por el método de permuta, ya que ponía a disposición del Ayuntamiento el local que actualmente utiliza para celebrar sus reuniones.

Alcaldía

Una semana más tarde, desde la Alcaldía, a cuyo frente estaba el socialista José Bernal, se envió una nota interior al jefe de Servicio de Patrimonio y Bienes con un escrito que presentó la confesión religiosa en la que solicitaba que se iniciara y estableciera el procedimiento bien para la adjudicación de la concesión o la permuta de la citada parcela.

En el procedimiento intervino también el área de Urbanismo, que en noviembre de ese año emitió un informe firmado por el jefe de negociado de Disciplina Urbanística, al que tuvo acceso la entonces concejala de Urbanismo, Vivienda y Urbanizaciones, Isabel Pérez, en el que se informaba acerca de las características técnicas y la situación jurídica de la parcela. Asimismo, también participó el área de Cultura, Enseñanza y Patrimonio Histórico, a cuyo frente estaba el teniente de alcalde de San Pedro, Rafael Piña.

Tras la moción de censura, la tramitación siguió su curso con intervención tanto de las áreas de Hacienda, Administración Pública y Patrimonio como de Cultura y de Urbanismo.

Todos estos trámites se desarrollaron entre marzo de 2016 y febrero de 2018, durante el mandato del gobierno tripartito primero y del bipartito PP-OSP después. En el expediente, que registra 16 trámites sucesivos, no consta informe alguno que desaconsejara seguir adelante con el proyecto pese a la falta de suelo educativo suficiente en el término municipal y a la demanda de una guardería en la zona en la que se encuentra la parcela, que carece de ese tipo de dotación pública.

Ahora la tramitación del expediente ha llegado a su fin, con todos los informes favorables, y está pendiente solamente de que se resuelvan las alegaciones que puedan presentarse durante los 20 días siguientes a la publicación en el Boletín Oficial de la Provincia, que se produjo el pasado viernes 14 de diciembre.

Los Testigos Cristianos de Jehová cuentan en Marbella con unos 600 miembros activos, aunque en algunas de las reuniones que celebran suele asistir el doble de esas personas.

https://www.diariosur.es/marbella-estepona/proceso-ceder-suelo-20181221000442-ntvo.html

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