Redevelopment work in Costa Blanca’s Denia

Denia's redevelopment work. Image: Denia Town Hall

Redevelopment work on the Pais Valencia roundabout and its surroundings begins on October 3.

The Councillor for Territorial Planning, Maria Josep Ripoll, confirmed the works will start at the Glorieta and will last for four months in the area, according to Denia Town Hall

The Councillor said: “During the first quarter of 2023, the idea is to simultaneously carry out the works in Cop Street and Ramon y Cajal with two work teams in order to make maximum progress in the redevelopment of these streets before Easter.”

“Finally, from April to June, work will be completed on the paving, street furniture, planting of vegetation and road painting in the streets Vicent Andres Estelles and Ramon y Cajal, in the section between Pare Pere and Calle Quevedo.”

The councillor pointed out that there will be occasional traffic cuts when work is being carried out on Calle Ramon y Cajal or at the intersection of Glorieta and Calle Pare Pere.

The works have been awarded for a budget of €933,498.29, excluding VAT, and have a planned completion period of 9 months.

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