13 Sep, 2020 @ 14:01
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Perilous pavements put right in ‘Preventative Programme’ for pedestrian paths on Spain’s Costa Blanca

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REPAIRS to dangerous pavements in Torrevieja are to be made as a matter of urgency.

The City Council aims to ‘detect damage and repair as appropriate,’ according to sources.

The Councillor for Quality of Urban Services, Sandra Sánchez, said that months of review have resulted in their ‘Preventive Programme’ for the Maintenance and Conservation of Pedestrian Routes.

She recognised that drains, holes and bumps on paths are inconvenient for pedestrians and need to be fixed or removed.

Additionally, and in conjunction with the departments of Police, Commerce and Hospitality, delivery areas will be monitored to ensure loading and unloading times are adhered to, in order to limit further damage to pavements.

The council said that it was aware ‘schedules are not respected in the areas enabled for deliveries’.

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