Registration for the public hearing on the fate of the former Sports City - Télam began

To register for the public hearing, go to the Legislature’s website and look for the section on “Citizen Participation”, which in turn has a section dedicated to the “public hearings”.

Porters who wish to participate in the public hearing on the real estate development that the IRSA company wants to build in the former Sports City of Boca, located in Costanera Sur, can register as of today through the website of the Buenos Aires Legislature.

Registration will remain open until October 12 at 2 p.m. and the hearing will begin on October 15.

The Buenos Aires ruling party insists on real estate development, despite the claims of environmental and patrimonial organizations.

The Portego ruling party insists on real estate development, despite the claims of environmental and patrimonial organizations.

At the hearing, the citizen, either individually or representing an organization, may comment on the agreement signed between the government of the City of Buenos Aires and the group Inversiones y Representaciones SA (IRSA) to build a neighborhood with buildings of up to 45 floors in the former Sports City of Boca.

This undertaking is rejected by environmental, political and social organizations that argue, on the one hand, that eliminating one of the few remaining wetlands in the city and, on the other, contributing to further increase the price of housing in a district. already going through a housing crisis.

On the other hand, the port government party maintains that the real estate development will enable green spaces that today are closed and abandoned, since only a part of the property, which has 70 hectares, will be occupied by buildings.

The claims insist that one of the city's few remaining wetlands will be removed and that the building will further drive home prices in a district already experiencing a housing crisis.

The claims insist that one of the city’s few remaining wetlands will be eliminated and that the construction will contribute to further increase the price of homes in a district already experiencing a housing crisis.

These lands have been closed to the public since the late 1990s, when IRSA bought them.

To register for the public hearing, go to the Legislature’s website and look for the section on “Citizen Participation”, which in turn has a section dedicated to the “public hearings”.

In this section, you have to seek the public hearing on the urban agreement between the Government of the City of Buenos Aires and the company IRSA, and there download the registration form, print it and complete it.

Once completed, the form must be digitized, with a photo or scanner, and sent by mail to [email protected]

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