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Record of ruins

Who can make this request? You must be the owner of the building.
Documentation to be submitted
  • Specific request form detailing the personal identification data of the complainant, information identifying the building (address, cadastral or land registry documentation) and reason(s) for classifying the building as being in a state of ruin;
  • Statement from the residents of the building;
  • Statement from the owners with property rights to the building (where applicable);
  • Certificate issued by the appropriate technician justifying the following:  
    • The reason for requesting that a building be registered as a ruin;   
    • The physical state of the building;   
    • That, at the time of making the request, the building meets sufficient safety and habitability conditions as to allow its occupants to continue residing there until the appropriate agreement is reached;
  • Proof of payment of the fee stipulated in the Municipal Tax Ordinance.
Where can I request this? Any Integrated Customer Services Unit (OAC) (Registry)
Price and payment method

Fee applicable for urban development services (concept 312,02): The fee payable is stipulated in the Municipal Tax Ordinance for the current year.

Legislation
  • Law 10/90 (23 October) on Urban Development Regulation in the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands. Published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB), no. 141, 17 November 1990.
  • Law 30/92 (26 November) on the Legal Framework governing Public Administration and Common Administrative Procedure.
  • Municipal Ordinance on the Protection of Buildings. Published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB), 22 June 2004.
  • Royal Decree 2187/1978 (23 June) approving the Regulation of Planning for the Development and Application of the Law on Land Use and Urban Planning. Published in the Official State Gazette (Boletín Oficial de España, BOE), 31 January 1978 and 1 February 1979.
  • Law 7/1985 (2 April) regulating the Bases of Local Government.
  • Law 6/1998 (13 April) regulating Land Use and Valuations.
  • Royal Legislative Decree 1346/1976 (9 April) approving the Consolidated Text of the Law on Land Use and Urban Planning.
  • Royal Legislative Decree 1/1992 (9 April) approving the Consolidated Text of the Law on Land Use and Urban Planning.
  • Law 57/2003 (16 December) on Measures for the Modernization of Local Government.
  • Organic Regulation on the Government and Administration of Palma City Council. Published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB), no. 127, 11 September 2004.
  • Regulation on Urban Development Management. Published in the Official Gazette of the Balearic Islands (Boletín Oficial de las Islas Baleares, BOIB) no. 158, 28 December 2000.
     
Who processes the request?

Building Safety and Regulations Department
(Departamento de Disciplina y Seguridad de los Edificios)
Building Protection Services
(Servicio de Protección de la Edificación)
Avda. Gabriel Alomar I Villalonga, 18 (3rd floor)
07006 Palma de Mallorca
Tel: 971 22 59 00, ext. 8324
Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays (11 am to 2 pm)
 

Ways to start procedure Either upon request of the party or of an agent
Decision-making organization

Building Safety and Regulations Department
(Departamento de Disciplina y Seguridad de los Edificios)
Building Protection Services
(Servicio de Protección de la Edificación)
Avda. Gabriel Alomar I Villalonga, 18 (3rd floor)
07006 Palma de Mallorca
Tel: 971 22 59 00, ext. 8324
Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays (11 am to 2 pm)
 

Administrative silence Rejected
End of administrative recourse The resolution puts an end to the proceedings
Resources Optional appeal for reversal and administrative appeal
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7 of February, 2019

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