The Local Government has initiated the recruitment process for this investment of â‚¬ 114,842.84, which will also bring the damaged pipe and replacing electrical control panels on the other to improve the management and efficiency.
Councilman Works and Services of the Municipality of Lorca, Angel Mecca, has reported that Local Government has initiated the recruitment process of improving the lighting of Jerome Street Santa Fe, with 26 lamps similar to those of Lope Gisbert but of greater height.
Mecca has explained that "we will invest â‚¬ 114,842.84 in this work, of which 33% are municipal contribution and the remainder the result of a grant from the Directorate General of Commerce of the Autonomous Community, which will also bring the pipeline and replace deteriorated electrical control panels on the other to improve the management and energy efficiency. "
The mayor explained that "the work will begin within one month after their award and will have a lead time of two months. The replacement of lighting will take place entirely in one edge of the street and not disassemble the other until it comes into operation section replaced, in order not to render the street lighting service for the duration of the works. "
The book consists, after removing the existing lighting, installation of 26 light points in that stretch.
Be made based streetlamps Tronic or similar, the same model oval Lope Gisbert and Santa Paula, but 9 feet high and offset arrangement with a spacing between 26 and 28 meters in order to unify the street furniture , leading in turn answer to an old request of retailers and restaurateurs.
At the same time also incorporate a new electric box-art remote control, allowing energy savings around 25% of current consumption.
Angel Mecca said that "Jerome Santa Fe is now continuing Lorca's main thoroughfare, Avenida Juan Carlos I, which was not acceptable that maintain a proper lighting the road. With this action we intend to extend the shaft commercial center of the city, boosting the opening of new businesses in this way, while contributing to reduce energy consumption and therefore CO2 emissions to the atmosphere. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca