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An Investor Group Reactivates the Las Minas Golf Project

The new plans involve the expansion of the golf course with another nine holes, the construction of two hotels and the development of 500 homes, mainly targeted at foreign buyers.

The Las Minas Golf project – in the municipality of Aznalcázar (Sevilla) – has been activated again after it was suspended during the financial crisis. After more than ten years of waiting, over the last two years, its new owners, with the support of the local Administration, have once again been promoting the plans for this tourism and golf complex 30 kilometres from Sevilla.

A group of investors has taken the reins of the initiative after acquiring the assets in 2007 following the liquidation of Gea 21 (the previous owner). Specifically, the companies Wokano, Davigal Real Estate and Negus Jardines are now the owners of the golf course – which currently has nine holes – and the adjoining land, which spans 114 hectares and which has capacity for the construction of another nine holes, as well as for an urbanisation with around 900 homes.

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