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Andalusia Acquires the Palmas Altas Campus in Seville for Over €70 Million

The acquisition of Palmas Altas by the Regional Government of Andalusia, all the judicial headquarters in Seville will be unified into a single location.

Palmas Altas de Sevilla
The Vice-President of the Regional Government and Minister of Justice, together with the President of the TSJA and the former President of the Seville High Court, during a visit to the Palmas Altas Campus, which will house the future City of Justice in Seville.

The Regional Government of Andalusia has purchased the Palmas Altas Campus and two adjoining plots of land for the future City of Justice in Seville for 70,660,000 euros.

This new acquisition will allow for the unification of all the judicial headquarters in Seville on a single site. “We still have a few years of work to do, but we needed to own the buildings and land and the two plots of land to begin,” said the Vice-President and Councillor for Tourism Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration, Juan Marín.

Building the City of Justice will mean significant savings for the public treasury. It will allow the municipality to eliminate the cost of leasing 20,500 square metres of office space in buildings throughout the city, which exceeds five million euros per year. In addition, savings will also be made by concentrating maintenance, cleaning and security services on a single site.

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