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The most embarrassing of these is an alleged planning error which means the 47-storey towers have only been designed with lifts for 20 floors - according to Spanish newspaper El Pais.
Spain's white elephant: Benidorm's InTempo tower to the country's construction madness | Mail Online
Furore over the Benidorm towers - which will stand at 200 metres (650ft) tall when finished - has grown in recent weeks, after the team of architects left. El Pais was given access to documents which revealed the extent of the catastrophes that have beset the tourist town's biggest project.
The newspaper reports that not only did construction workers go for four months without pay in 2010, but they were also forced to walk up and down the half-constructed towers for months as a service lift was not built until the first 23 storeys had been completed.
The lift that was eventually installed collapsed in July 2011, injuring 13 workers.
Ambulances reportedly struggled to reach them, because the area surrounding the construction site had not been cleared for vehicle access in an alleged bid to save money
It will probably become a tourist destination, like the leaning tower in Pisa.
Something like this takes multiple layers of failures...