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British expats protest against ‘Coastal Law’ in Denia

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Over one hundred homeowners in Denia, including British expatriates, are affected by the “Coastal Law”, which prohibits private ownership of areas deemed to be in the “public domain”. The Coastal Authority (Costas) has redrawn the coastline, placing these homeowners in the “public domain”. The Costas claims that owners will retain a “seventy-five-year concession” and that the demarcation does not imply demolishing homes. However, a campaign group called the “Association of People Affected by the Coastal Law” claims that all affected properties will be deemed without planning permission.

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