JxCAT warns the Government of the Generalitat that the Hard Rock opportunity on the Costa Daurada cannot be missed
The mayor of Les Borges del Camp and deputy, Quim Calatayud, has said in Parliament: "The Government cannot afford the luxury of putting the project at risk"
The deputy of Junts per Catalunya (JxCAT) for Tarragona and mayor of Les Borges del Camp, Quim Calatayud, has asked the Government of the Generalitat what alternative it has to the Hard Rock project on the Costa Daurada. “The Government cannot afford the luxury of putting at risk an investment as important as the one planned in Salou and Vila-seca”, said the Baix Camp politician at the session.
For Calatayud, the tourism industry is a dynamic sector around which numerous activities in the service, leisure, entertainment, entertainment, gastronomy and exchange sectors revolve. “There is a need, yes, a control is needed over the effects of our actions on the territory, yes, we must preserve the environment, yes, but all these controls cannot stifle an activity and an investment that in the counties of Tarragona it will have a multiplier effect that generates dynamism, economy, jobs”.
For this reason, he has urged the Government to expose and explain if they have a better proposal. “And if this is not the case, stop beating around the bush, delaying projects and bet decisively on the future of our country” he said.
Finally, Calatayud has affirmed that the Hard Rock project is a unique opportunity and what is needed is to favor everything that entails well-being, wealth, jobs and progress for our territory and for our fellow citizens.
The counselor's response
The Minister of Territory, Juli Fernández, assured this Wednesday that the Generalitat is working on modifying the urban plan for the Hard Rock leisure macro-complex in Tarragona: «Faced with such large projects and with this impact, beneficial but also with negative externalities, You have to be demanding."
"The Government has been demanding and will continue to be," he said in response to the deputy Calatayud during the control session. Fernández has underlined that the Government works with the aim of not generating uncertainty about the macro-complex: «Any urban project cannot go forward until it has favorable reports, and I am convinced that you are not asking me not to do anything that is not comply with the law and the legal framework.