Barcelona marina gets OK

Jan 5, 2013 by Guest Writer

The Port of Barcelona has approved plans to refurbish Marina Port Vell. The approval includes an extension of MPV’s concession period by 10 years until 2036. The refurbishment of Spanish Quay was also approved.
The next step in Marina Port Vell’s transformation is garnering a final approval from the city council for the amendment to the Special Plan. The step is already under way, according to a company statement.

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