The Cabildo de Tenerife announced this Thursday that the improvement works on the access road to Chinamada, in the Anaga Rural Park, will be completed in October.
The Minister for Management of the Natural Environment and Security of the Institution, Isabel García, explained in a statement that “the reform of this infrastructure represents a historic demand from residents that will improve the lives of the people who live in this hamlet”.
In addition, as explained by García, “Chinamada is one of the most visited settlements in the Park, so the improvement of infrastructure for public use is vital in this area”.
The Minister, in this regard, recalled that “rural parks are protected spaces of high ethnographic value, in which agriculture and livestock and traditional uses coexist with respect for the environment, and for this reason it is essential to provide them with infrastructures according to the needs of the people who live in them and at the same time are respectful and sustainable with the environment”.
This modification contemplates the improvement of the current pavement, the construction of new retaining walls and road drainage, as well as the construction of accesses to agricultural land in the area and the installation of signs and safety barriers.
For its implementation, the Cabildo has invested more than one million euros.