The Mayor of Alhama has received this morning the Director General of Urbanism, Antonio Javier Navarro Corchón, as well as the deputy general manager of Urban Design, José María Ródenas Cañada.
Both representatives visited the town to hold a meeting on the recently approved PGMO.
The visit has been used to show the regional government representative the implementation of that plan through New Espuña urbanization as it is already completed.
Corchón Navarro was able to verify in situ urbanization has described as "a model with high quality parameters."
New Espuña is one of the developments which includes the drafting of the new PGMO urban expansion, designed in this plan for more than 40,000 people.
This extension of the town, towards Espuña, has 110,000 square meters of which 22,000 are green spaces.
Its access is through two roundabouts and has a perimeter walk and sidewalks with a mean of 3.5 square meters.
The vegetation is placed native species with high resistance to lack of rain.
It also has two areas with playground, 42 banks, 55 paper and is ready for some 700 homes.
VPO New Espuña
Moreover, the plots which they are entitled to the City for urban transfers will be allocated to subsidized housing.
A first phase was launched, with 30 homes and will be launched later this year a second phase with 60 homes VPO This serves the interests of local government because the less affluent alhameños not only have a home, but also of excellent quality and one of the highlights of the municipality.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia