Cancun, Q.R. — The Secretary of Ecology and Urban Development of Benito Juárez, Armando Lara De Nigris, says to date, no representative of the Hotel Gran Solaris development has approached the city to avoid the revocation of the construction license.
This, after the municipal government of Cancun issued an administrative suspension of the construction license previously granted to the Hotel Gran Solaris, which is being built in Playa Delfines in the Cancun Hotel Zone.
“The administrative process continues. It is not fast,” acknowledged Armando Lara, who added that they also seek to coincide with the exhortation that the deputies sent them to definitively revoke the construction license for the environmental damage it has caused, adding that the area would not support more hotel infrastructure since they saturate the main services.
He added that the administrative process carried out by the municipality’s legal team is advanced, without providing further details.
On May 25, Cancun mayor Mara Lezama suspended the construction of the hotel project saying the last administration who granted the permits did so without take into account the validity of certain documents that are part of the administrative record.