The Mayor of Manilva, Antonia Muñoz, along with the councillor for Planning, Diego Urieta, has had several meetings with banks and local developers, in the search for ways to revive the market for houses which are either unfinished or properties that remain unsold and empty.
The aim is to achieve a situation where there are no empty properties or abandoned developments, such as phase 2 of the Doña Pilar urbanisation in Manilva. In order to make these properties available for sale, council representatives held a meeting with officials of Banco Pastor, owners of the the Doña Pilar development who stated that they are making every effort to resolve the situation.
Munoz and Urieta also met with officials from the companies Prienesur and Cajasur, which manage the Maicandil development of new housing located in the heart of Sabinillas.
They are waiting for the property to finally be declared social housing, to boost the sale of this property at affordable prices.
People interested in the opportunity of purchasing one of these social housing units must be registered on the list of applicants for subsidized housing, which can be done an the Manilva Town Hall.