“Our aim is to see the zone as a pioneer in sustainability”
The Adeje council, via the department of municipal works under Councillor Carmen Rosa González Cabrera, says work on the Calles Uruguay and Paraguay should be completed during the first quarter of 2018.
“Under the Strategy Plan for Sustainable Investment, financed 100% by the council, we are upgrading Costa Adeje to meet the demands of residents and tourists. These works, as well as those that are on-going on Calles Panamá and Venezuela, will be part of our overall aim which is to see the zone as pioneer in the areas of sustainability in connectivity and accessibility,” said Councillor Carmen Rosa.
The works will cost in the region of half a million euros and will see new pavements along the streets, the removal of any barriers for wheelchair users with other changes to make mobility easier along the streets in question.
Street lighting is to be improved with use of energy efficient bulbs and new ecologically improved rubbish islands and underground containers in adjacent zones. There will also be new drainage installed, street seating and better signage along the relevant streets.
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