By Euro Weekly News Media • 24 July 2015 • 13:31
ALMERIA City Hall will turn the site of the former dogs’ home into a plaza and pedestrian area.The €160,000 development will take three months to complete, said Manuel Guzman, managing director of municipally-owned Almeria Urban, which has invited tenders to carry out the project. Once the contract is awarded, work is due to begin in the autumn.When the square located between Calle Juez and Calle Musica has been completed and after the Plaza Vieja restoration is finished, it will provide a handy route up to the Alcazaba. It will also be easily accessible for those with mobility difficulties.“As promised, we aim to dignify this area,” Guzman said.The project involves excavating a basement beneath the new square, which will set aside for municipal use.
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