The Town Council of Calp will not grant the planning permission in the land known as Casas Neptuno without the mandatory, binding report from the General Department for Heritage, as Calp's mayor César Sánchez pointed out in the plenary session held last Friday. Sánchez has indicated that, according to the General Plan of Calp, it is the Department for Culture who must authorize the excavations in the land and it will be the Generalitat who must authorize the possible construction in the plot before the Town Council can give a planning permission since it is an area of possible archaeological interest.
The plenary session of the Town Council has also approved the acquisition of the last land necessary for the opening of the J Road, which will be called Felipe VI avenue and will connect the Rumanía avenue with the school zone and from there with the Generalitat Valenciana avenue (North access to Calp).
This road will allow moving traffic from the beach area to the national road without going through the Ejércitos Españoles and Diputación avenues, and therefore to reduce traffic congestion in the urban area. The municipal budget for this year allocates 599,857 Euros for this project.
The land acquired by the Town Council will allow the connection of the Rumanía Avenue and the País Valencià Avenue, and from this confluence the future road J will start. This process makes the opening of the J Road closer.
Adhesion to the Edificant project
On the other hand, the government has raised the municipal proposal to adhere to the Plan Edificant of Consellería. This proposal for actions arises from the Municipal School Council that unanimously set the needs for infrastructure in order of priorities.
The requested actions are the construction of the new Gargasindi special education school, the construction of the second State Secondary School, the construction of a new school for children and primary school, corridor enclosures at the Paternina School, construction of a gymnasium at the Azorín School and the improvements in bathrooms of the Oltà School.
Other requested actions include works in the courts at the IES Ifac, the adaptation of the caretaker's house as a psychomotor classroom at the Azorín School, the installation of a heating diesel oil boiler at the Paternina School, the renewal of the internet hardwiring at the IES Ifac, the construction of the forest in the courtyard of the Gabriel Miró School and the soundproofing of the gym, dining room and music room at the Gabriel Miró School.