School Build-Up

 SIXTY construction companies will soon be competing to build seven state-aided schools.

Tenders for the work have yet to be invited, as the regional government is still waiting for a final report from the Finance ministry, Hacienda, revealed a spokesman for the region’s Education department.  Until this has been received, the schedule of terms and conditions cannot be published. 

Initial plans envisage seven schools although this could eventually be increased to 10, sources revealed.

Twenty town halls in the Valencian Community – including Alicante city and Santa Pola – have already offered to cede public land for the schools.  The schools will pay an annual ground rent, probably an amount similar to the annual €8,000 charged by the Madrid Community.

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