By Isha Sesay • 12 February 2020 • 11:10
The Molino de Inca Botanical Garden of Torremolinos. Credit: Torremolinos Council.
THE Molino de Inca Botanical Gardens in Torremolinos in Spain’s Costa del Sol is set for a transformation with the Council allocating €278,341 for its improvement works.
In aim of ensuring complete accessibility to the grounds for all residents and visitors, there will be a reform of existing paths and areas. Barriers will be taken down and new cognitive signage will be implemented as an inclusive measure to benefit those who are disabled.
The project, which is now in the tender stage, is considered to be one of great public and cultural interest and will result in an enhancement of the municipal site.
Antonio Ruiz, the Councillor responsible for the Botanical Gardens, stressed that through the improvement works “Torremolinos moves forward so that all individuals, regardless of their condition, will be able to access a beautiful space which forms part of the town’s heritage.”
Companies interested in submitting a tender for the work can do so until March 4 through the Public Sector Contracting Platform. As part of the application, evidence must be shown that a company has previous professional and technical experience in a project of similar characteristics.
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