Urbanization will allow the opening of Moralet Avenue and half of Guatemala Avenue, and will be borne by the Compensation Board of the partial plan
Benidorm Local Government Board approved on Monday the development project of Murtal Partial Plan II, creating new gardens, and generating spaces for educational use, sports and recreational areas for children. The councillor for Urbanism, Lourdes Caselles, explained that this development affects specifically the zone comprised between Colombia Avenue and the future Guatemala Avenue. That is, near the building In Tempo. Caselles indicated that the project has passed the stage of public exposure "without receiving allegations", and added that the budget for development is 1.9 million, assumed by the Compensation Board. This project "is agreed between the Compensation Board and municipal technicians" and provides "the opening of Moralet Avenue and half of Guatemala Avenue". The councilwoman clarified that the other half of Guatemala Avenue will be assumed by developers of the PP 2/1. The complex also includes "create almost 15,000 square meters of public gardens with trees and grass", "a play area of 4,000 square meters," a "plot for educational use of just over 8,700 meters" and "a sports park with more than 7,000 square meters. " In addition, the City Council will receive a plot of 4,000 square meters, which corresponds to 10% of the utilization of the sector. Caselles indicated that it is expected that the development works can begin in October and are completed within approximately six months. The councilwoman clarified that this project "culminates the development of an area that had been pending, giving continuity to the urban fabric, and that until now could not be used". "We are sure-she said_ citizens will begin to explore this area when urbanization is finished". The responsible for Urbanism clarified that this project will be comleted with a plot of 1,350 square meters for parking, to be executed by promoters or responsible of In Tempo building".