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The beach of La Mata gains an extra 4 metres in width with the new promenade
Juan Carlos Moragues, the central government delegate in the Comunidad Valenciana, visited La Mata in the municipality of Torrevieja to see for himself the result of the repairs and regeneration work which has been carried out since the heavy storms and flooding of December and March.

120,000 euros have been spent on repairing the pool in Torrevieja
For much of the year the warm climate of the Costa Blanca means that it is possible to enjoy a swim at the beaches of Torrevieja, but with the arrival of wintry temperatures forecast for the latter part of this week it is timely to report that the large municipal indoor swimming pool finally reopened last Friday.

Warmest winter in over 30 years in Torrevieja
Torrevieja has just had its hottest December since records began in 1927 with the province basking in the warmest winter for over 30 years.


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Spanish House Prices Register Biggest Increase Since 2007

Housing prices in Spain climbed by 4% year-on-year in the second quarter of the year, according to the latest House Price Index data published by the National Statistics Institute, which is the largest increase registered since the fourth quarter of 2007, and the fifth consecutive quarterly increase, following six years of declines (2008-2014). Compared to the first quarter of the year, the price of housing rose by 4.2%.

By housing type, new housing prices increased by 4.9% in year-on-year terms, representing its biggest increase since the second quarter of 2008, while the price of second hand homes rose by 3.8% in this period, registering its largest increase since the third quarter of 2007.

Compared with the first quarter of the year, the price of new housing increased by 1.5%, while second hand housing prices rose by 4.6%.

In the second quarter of 2015, all of Spain’s regions registered increases in their housing prices, year-on-year, except for Castilla La Mancha, which maintained a rate of 1.8%. The greatest year-on-year increases were recorded in Cantabria (5.1%) and the Balearic Islands (7.3%), with increases of 5.4 and 4.5 points, respectively, while the regions where prices increased least were Extremadura (up one tenth to 0.9%) and Galicia (up three tenths to 0.8%).

Quarter-on-quarter, all regions recorded positive rates in the second quarter of 2015, with the greatest increases being recorded in Catalonia (5.4%) and Cantabria (5.1%). In contrast, the regions which recorded the lowest quarter-on-quarter rates were Extremadura (1.0%) and the Basque Country (1.7%).

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