Santa Cruz has resumed work to return the Trace to its original location, in the vicinity of the Mercado Nuestra Señora de Africa, a transfer that is expected to begin during the month of October. The market was moved during confinement to the site where the Carnival fair was usually placed, to guarantee security measures, mainly referring to access control and safety distances.
According to the councilor for Economic Promotion, Alfonso Hair, “last week the different areas with competence in this matter met with the president of the Rastro to work on returning to the Market environment, something that we hope can be achieved throughout the month of October”. According to Cabello, some sectoral reports still need to be collected, such as the one from Metropolitano de Tenerife. “The return will be done in an organized manner and for the 412 positions included in the ordinance, in addition to fine-tuning the assembly schedule and affected environments,” she said.