The Guadalquivir Hydrographic Confederation (CHG) will reject the request that this basin can contribute water resources to the tourism macro-project to build hotels, a golf course and 300 houses in Trebujena (Cádiz), near Doñana. Likewise, it will also inform that the competence to authorize construction in the area, which is subject to flooding, belongs to the Junta de Andalucía.
Sources from the agency have indicated that the report is being finalized and will be issued in the coming weeks. Regarding the request for water resources, the CHG will issue an unfavorable report, since the Hydrological Plan does not foresee allocations of "new resources that are not planned."
The Junta de Andalucía has given its approval to the project in the strategic environmental declaration (DAE). In an annex to this, it is stated that there is "availability of water resources" to supply Trebujena (Cádiz) with the growth that the project proposes, thanks to the Guadalete-Barbate Hydrographic Demarcation, a basin under the jurisdiction of the Junta de Andalucía.
Regarding the location of the project, the possibilities of construction in that zone of maritime-terrestrial public domain are the responsibility of the Junta de Andalucía. However, the CHG will specify that the area is subject to flooding, which limits the uses of that land.