The Autonomous Community will begin this Monday the works of the Paso Blanco de Lorca street, with the purpose of renovating said space.
The road will be cut to traffic to facilitate the work, which will be completed during the month of March.
This action is part of the urban regeneration works in the Lorca neighborhood of Santa Clara, which represent a regional investment of more than 1.8 million euros.
Work that begins next week includes the renovation of paving and the creation of an accessible ramp between the lower part of the Plaza de la Amargura and the Paso Blanco building.
New street lighting and street furniture will also be installed, as well as gardening with trees.
The general director of Territory and Architecture, Jaime Pérez Zulueta, said that this action aims to improve the lives of neighbors, making the environment "more livable, sustainable and accessible."
He also indicated that the works in the Santa Clara neighborhood, which began in November, continue at a good pace.
"We are going to restructure the area and make the most of the strategic situation of this space due to its proximity to the Guadalentín River, its proximity to the urban center of the city and one of the most important back roads of the city such as Juan Carlos Avenue I, "said the regional head.
Pérez Zulueta explained that with these works the Regional Administration intends to improve the connection of Santa Clara with other neighborhoods and enhance its accessibility, in addition to creating a new and large green axis next to the Guadalentín with free spaces for the use and enjoyment of the neighbors, who They will include urban gardens.
The Ministry will intervene in a total area of â€‹â€‹90,000 square meters that, in addition to Santa Clara Avenue, includes its continuation upstream;
the bridges of the Pool, the pedestrian walkway of Manterola, the bridge of the avenue of Europe and the old bridge of the railroad;
the area of â€‹â€‹the so-called Residencial Miguel Ángel, with the limit of the railway line to the southeast and San Indalecio street to the south of the Ramón Arcas Institute;
and the area northwest of Juan Carlos I Avenue, bounded by Eugenio Ãšbeda Street, Carril de los Caldereros Street, Los Frailes Alley, Paso Blanco Street and Virgen de la Amargura Square.