Puertos de Tenerife transfers land to Santa Cruz de Tenerife valued at almost 28 million euros

The Board of Directors of the Port Authority of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has agreed the free transfer to the capital of Tenerife of an area of ​​10,364 square meters, valued at almost 28 million euros. The area corresponds to land that is no longer part of the port public domain after the execution of the burial works of the coastal road in the area of ​​the link dock.

The Port Authority has indicated that the process has begun for the future transfer of another 8,000 square meters of part of the surface of the port’s service road tunnel.

In a part of the disaffected surface of 2,500 square meters, the City Council is already executing, with the prior authorization of the Port Authority, the construction of a children’s area themed on the Deed of July 25, 1797. The president of the Port Authority, Carlos González, has stated that the esplanade “is called to constitute a free public space inserted in the urban activity of the city”.

After the agreement of the Board of Directors, it will be up to Puertos del Estado to close the process of free transfer of the land, as it is valued at more than 18 million euros.

Another of the decisions of the Board of Directors has been the award of the conditioning works of the Valleseco coastline in the bathing area around Acapulco-El Bloque, for 402,611 euros and an execution period of four months, to Construcciones Elfidio Pérez, only offer submitted to the call.

The work to be carried out will improve accessibility, order and increase cleaning tasks, the existing equipment with accessories such as litter bins, showers and bathrooms.

The third decision of the Board of Directors has been to award for an initial period of ten years the installation of a kiosk-terrace for restoration on the roof of the Port-City building, in an area of ​​261.42 square meters.

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