‘Green revolution’ in Axarquia given a €15 million boost

'Green revolution' in Axarquia given a €15 million boost

ANNOUNCEMENT: Vice president of the Provincial Council, Margarita del Cid. CREDIT: Diputacion de Malalga

THE Diputacion de Malaga has allocated €15 million to accelerate the ‘Green Revolution’ in Axarquia.

THE focus of initiatives will be on works in water treatment plants, the enhancement of spaces and natural landscapes and the start of a new plan to improve hydraulic infrastructure hydraulic across the region.

Projects are expected to be carried out in the Great Malaga Path, in the Serrania de Ronda, the Mozarabe Way, in Sierra de las Nieves, the Great Guadalhorce and Axarquia Path, the Litoral Path and in Caminito del Rey.

Vice president of the Provincial Council, Margarita del Cid said: “While we are in the process of executing the Plan for Hydraulic Infrastructures of the Antequera Region, we are already beginning to work in another of the areas with the greatest water supply problems, thus facing one of the key issues for the development of the province ”.

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