The institution that manages Jesús Maeztu has asked explanations to the Territorial Delegation of Culture in Huelva
The grave of Silversmith, a history of neglect and speculation
The Office of the Defensor del Pueblo Andaluz, directed functions by Jesús Maeztu, has opened a complaint ex officio to ascertain the conservation status and protection regime of the Farm Fuentepiña, in Moguer (Huelva), the summer residence of the Prize Nobel of Literature Juan Ramón Jiménez, and their owners put on sale this summer.
In the text of the complaint, addressed to the city Council, the ministry of Tourism and Sport and the Territorial Delegation of Culture, Tourism and Sport in Huelva, the Ombudsman notes that recent news reports have referred to the situation of "threat" that suffers this element that "remains in a progressive state of abandonment and deterioration, including episodes of arson and occupation unlawful from years ago."
in Addition, the institution referred to in your record that the estate remains under private property and have not yielded to the attempts of access to the ownership of the same, as a way to ensure the comprehensive protection of this item.
however, the Ombudsman points out that beyond such information, considers it appropriate to learn "with greater detail" the status of the cited of this heritage as a whole, as well as conservation measures, regime of use and protection that is given to the spaces close to the historical element.
For this reason, the Defender of the Town Andalusian ensures that instigated this complaint ex officio to know the regime of protection that holds in the present of the Estate Fuentepiña, its state of conservation, the relationship of interventions and projects that have been projected and circumstances of its execution, its regime of use or development and its alleged damages, or demolition authorized.
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