Historic moment for Aigua Blanca IV
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.