Government gives green light for construction of a new holiday complex in Costa Teguise
The Canary Islands Government granted preliminary approval on Monday, pending authorisation from the Lanzarote Cabildo, for the construction of a 4-star apartment complex of holiday apartments in Costa Teguise.
Nivaria Beach is the driving force behind this project, which is to be built on a a 17,625-square-metre plot of land on Avenida Los Cocederos spanning across three buildings.
The documentation, processed by the Ministry of Tourism, is for 143 accommodation units with 292 beds, ensuring minimal environmental impact in terms of water conservation, noise and light pollution, and waste management.
The central building will house facilities on the ground floor such as reception and other common areas, whereas the first and second floors will be home to 26 apartments. The north building will be three stories high with 59 apartments that have views of Las Cucharas beach and the central area of the complex. Meanwhile, the south building will also be three stories high, accommodating 58 apartments.
Furthermore, as an added feature, three areas are planned on the ground floor facing the promenade, for a restaurant, spa, and gym.
The Government has given the green light based on the Canary Islands Tourism Renewal and Modernisation Law, which stipulates that preliminary authorisations for tourist accommodation in Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, and Tenerife will only be granted for the establishment of new hotel and non-hotel facilities meeting specific building and service quality standards that guarantee minimal environmental impact.
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