His­toric mo­ment for Aigua Blanca IV

Costa Levante News - - NEWS -

Home­own­ers on Oliva's Aigua Blanca IV ur­ban­i­sa­tion had some­thing to cel­e­brate this week: the plans have been signed to fin­ish off their in­com­plete es­tate, and will be wound up within a year.

They have fought tooth and nail for 11 years since they were left high and dry by de­vel­op­ers go­ing bust – and at one point, were even told by Oliva coun­cil they would have to pay for the work them­selves.

Thanks to ground­work laid by one-time may­oress Ch­elo Escrivà and con­certed ef­forts by cur­rent leader David González, the sit­u­a­tion has im­proved dra­mat­i­cally and it is now all sys­tems go.

González's sig­na­ture is on the doc­u­ment of­fi­cially con­firm­ing the works can start, and the firm which will carry it out – Elec­nor, S.A. - is known to and trusted by the coun­cil as it has pre­vi­ously ef­fected road­works in the beach area.

Aigua Blanca res­i­dents can look for­ward to pot­hole-free roads, weed-free pave­ments, proper drainage, and street lights from au­tumn 2018.

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