The intervention of Public Works and Housing has a deadline of 5 months and is developed through the Regional Programme for Public Spaces.
The Ministry of Public Works and Housing has begun, with a budget of 520.000 euros, the development works of the Hill of Calvary, an area of almost 11.000 square meters located in the municipality of Almería Tíjola and destined to host major events and mass rallies. The performance, which develops through the Regional Program Public Spaces, has a deadline of five months. These works have been awarded to the company Aguaema.
The intervention in this public space aims to improve contact between urban and forest and resolve undefined spaces between the pine and population. For this, focuses on the rearrangement of the actual strut Street, so that it is a new public road connecting the pine forest known as the Hill of Calvary with the people, giving more prominence to the forest that is a landmark in this city of Alto Valle del Almanzora, located between the Filabres and stays.
Besides acting in the street strut, The project also includes the realignment of some gaps between this course and the pine, middle slopes that will be reforested, and the creation of a children's playground.
The performance, which has Feder Funds, it runs through the Regional Program Public Spaces, developed by the Ministry of Public Works and Housing to contribute to improving the urban structure of the Andalusian cities, through interventions in public spaces free. This type of guidelines is carried out in collaboration with the Andalusian city councils.