The sentence imposes a sentence of two years in prison and a fine of 9,000 euros to the owner of the property for a crime against the ordination of the territory, but refuses to apply the specific aggravating circumstance for the protected natural areas, in which the Prosecutor’s Office based its petition of five years in prison. Based on municipal regulations, this area is protected non-urbanizable land when it forms part of, for example, a Special Protection Area for Birds, but the decree of the Community of Madrid that in 2010 included this area in the Natura Network

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