The regional Director General of Work for the Generalitat Valenciana, Rafael Miró, has announced this week that work will begin shortly on a new 40,000 square metre green area located in the El Chaparral urbanisation, which will be constructed by utilising 40 local unemployed people on temporary contracts, similar to the schemes operating on the Orihuela Costa recently.
The announcement was made as delegates accompanied the Mayor of Torrevieja, Eduardo Dolón, in the inauguration of the final stage of construction of the Parque Reina de la Sal, which has been concluded by another 22 student workers who joined the apprenticeship training scheme.
The final phase of the work at the Reina de la Sal park is on a 14,000 square metre plot, from a total area of 35,000 square metres, which has now included green elements, as well as sports facilities.
At the inauguration, Rafael Miró stressed that the creation of the Los Balcones based park represents one of the best yet created under the employment workshop scheme across Valencia, and thanked the mayor for his involvement and commitment to the implementation of the scheme.
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