The City of Alcoy is looking to rejuvenate Sant Francesc street the Red Cross and Ramón y Cajal squares. The project is estimated to cost 404,000 and will take 3 months to complete. Half of the costs will be funded by the European Union from a fund they have made available for the creation of an intelligent, sustainable and inclusive city.
This work will be a considerable improvement to be able to the pedestrian space that joins the Glorieta with the Plaça de Dins, in an accessible way, without the danger of slipping, and by creating a unique platform that will help to revitalize this area, recovering space for people, revitalizing its environment and making it more attractive.
When speaking about the project Councilor for Trade, Vanessa Moltó said: “We considered it important to rehabilitate this part that, to a large extent, is already an area dedicated to pedestrians, improving it and making it more attractive to attract neighbours and businesses”. “We hope to start work in the coming months to continue revitalizing the Alcoy centre in a transversal manner as we have done in recent years”.