New day centre for Palma will be ready to open by the end of summer

Viewing the work at the new day centre Credit: Twitter

WORK will be completed on the new Sant Mateu Day centre, in Sa Indioteria (Palma) by the end of the summer at a cost of €983,438.
The Balearic Minister of Social Affairs and Sports, Fina Santiago (which has paid for the work) and the Councillor for Culture and Social Welfare of Palma City Council, Antoni Noguera, visited the work at the facility which will have 25 new places that will be integrated into the Public Dependency Care Network.
This new building in Palma covers three floors with a built area of ​​544 square meters and on the ground floor will the entire administrative area, on the first floor, rest rooms and the multipurpose room and on the second floor, the physiotherapy room, the care room and the staff changing area.

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