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The Redován City Council will fine land owners who do not keep them clean with up to 1.500 euros

• The Municipal Ordinance on Citizen Coexistence tightens sanctions for those who do not keep their land in hygienic and sanitary conditions

The Councilor for Urban Planning of the Redován City Council, José Najar, has informed of the forthcoming entry into force of the new Ordinance for Neighborhood Cleaning and Coexistence in the municipality. This regulation was approved in the ordinary plenary session of June, and it establishes fines of up to 1,500 euros for owners of private plots in the municipality who “are not in the proper cleaning and maintenance conditions,” said the mayor.

The ordinance, and as Nájar has explained, “obliges landowners in the municipality of Redován to keep their plots clean and in adequate health and hygiene conditions on a regular basis, ensuring that they are free of residues or rubble throughout the year. ” Otherwise, in addition to the stipulated fines that qualify this infraction as a serious offense and may carry penalties from 750 euros, “the City Council will carry out the cleaning through the procedure of forced and subsidiary execution, charged to the owner of the same “Added the councilor.

Likewise, the mayor has explained that the obligations of cleaning of lots also include the application of deratization and disinfection of the perimeter of the lot, and added that “it is about minimizing as much as possible that carelessness in the maintenance of these lands can generate inconvenience for citizens “, as well as” any situation that may pose a risk to hygiene and health conditions that, in the current circumstances before the Covid-19, has become essential “.

For her part, the mayor of the municipality, Nely Ruiz, has launched an appeal to the collaboration of all the owners of these lands in the municipality, to “fulfill their obligation” and that “they can be kept in the best possible conditions throughout the year, favoring and contributing together to improve coexistence in Redován ”.

Redován approves in the Governing Board the contracting file for the reform of the medical office

  • The actions planned in the health center include repairs to the façade, repainting of interior walls and the installation of a new air conditioning system

The Redován City Council, which is headed by Mayor Nely Ruiz, today approved in the Local Government Board the contracting file that involves the bidding process for the reform of the municipal auxiliary medical office, located on the ground and first floors of the sociocultural center municipal Ricardo Ruiz Poveda. “It is a first step to carry out these much-needed repairs, which will allow better healthcare for all of Redován’s neighbors,” said the mayor.

This contracting file will have a maximum budget of 100,000 euros, corresponding to the grant awarded by the Generalitat Valenciana, framed within the PIAC plan for Architectural Intervention in Clinics. “The project includes the repair of the exterior facade, very deteriorated, with the elimination of the two exterior pillars, as well as the elimination and replacement of the gresite plinth of the walls,” explained José Najar, Councilor for Urban Planning.

In the same way, the interior walls will be repainted and a stoneware plinth will be installed in passage areas and waiting rooms. The reform also includes the installation of a new air conditioning system, “which will make access to the facilities more bearable during the hot months,” added Najar.

It is foreseen that the works to refurbish the clinic will be carried out in a maximum period of six months, a period during which “health care for citizens will not be interrupted,” explained the Councilor for Health, Marisol. Martínez, who added that “it is essential for this municipal government team, and above all in the current context of the health crisis in which we find ourselves, to maintain this essential and necessary service”.

The mayor of Redován has finally stressed the importance of having a quality health service in the municipality and facilities in optimal conditions, “either carrying out this much-needed reform of the office, but also not neglecting something so important as is the pending project of the health center for Redován ”, she added.

Redován informs its neighbors of the procedure for the regularization of homes in its municipal district

  • The City Council calls a meeting to give an account of the actions carried out to adapt to the legislation the constructions out of management

The City Council of Redován held an informative meeting in the Ricardo Ruiz Poveda social center yesterday afternoon, which aimed to make known to the neighbors the actions and procedures initiated by the town hall for the regularization of homes in the pending municipality of adaptation to the reform of the urban planning regulations of the Valencian Community.

The meeting, attended by more than 60 people, was attended by the mayor of Redován, Nely Ruiz, and the councilors of the government team. Thus, the mayor of Urban Planning, José Nájar, told the neighbors of the state of processing in which this process of regularization developed by the City Council is found according to Law 1/2019 that reforms Law 5/2014 of Ordination of Territory, Urban Planning and Landscape and with the collaboration of homeowners.

In this way, the councilor informed the attendees that the first phase of this procedure, which encompasses all homes within a Special Impact Reduction Plan and that includes “the preparation of a descriptive report of the current situation of the municipality , with the location of the constructions and a landscape integration study ”, it is almost finished.

This report has been carried out with the support of the Municipal Technical Office and two external offices specialized in the field. Once concluded, this report “may be consulted by the residents of Redován on the bulletin board of the municipal electronic site and on the City Council website, before its approval by the Plenary,” explained Nájar. Subsequently, this special plan will be submitted to the Autonomic Department of Territorial Policy, Public Works and Mobility for approval.

Likewise, Nely Ruiz said that “it is very important for me as mayor and for this government team to keep our neighbors informed of all the actions carried out by their City Council, in addition to facilitating the completion of procedures to the extent possible ”, especially“ on an issue as important as this, which affects more than 400 families in the municipality, ”she concluded.

Redován requests more than 300,000 euros in aid to repair the damage caused by DANA

  • The municipality will use the aid to cover expenses of the municipal shelter, repair of infrastructures and municipal buildings and street cleaning

The Town Planning Councilor, José Najar, has appeared today to publicize the actions carried out and the situation in which the municipality of Redován is, after two months of the floods that so badly affected the town and also The whole region.

In total, approximately regional and state aid have been requested for an approximate value of 328,845 euros, “which will be used to defray and mitigate the damage caused by this atmospheric phenomenon last September,” said the mayor of Urban Planning. Thus, 54,332 euros have been requested through the help of the Generalitat Valenciana, “of which 1,156 will be dedicated to the operation and supply costs of the municipal shelter and the parish hall during the first days of the DANA”, has José Najar informed.

Similarly, “8,506 euros will be used to pay municipal staff who during these days have been processing requests for help from the affected neighbors of Redován, amounting to a total of 400 applications,” he added. The bulk of the regional “will be applied to the extraordinary expenses of the days after the DANA, intended for street cleaning, water pumping of waterlogged areas, and the replacement of containers, which amount to 44,669 euros,” said Nájar.

On the other hand, the councilor has also referred to the 114,514 euros of state aid requested “to cover the costs of municipal dependency arrangements, the removal of household goods, the implementation of the special street cleaning service, as well as repair of the water supply and sewerage network ”.

These grants join those recently announced by the Diputación de Alicante, “which now has a plan of 8,000,000 euros for the repair of affected municipal infrastructure, as well as grants of 4,000 euros for the repair of roads”, has added the mayor. Likewise, Redován City Council has 10 complaint files open with the different companies and with the Insurance Consortium in relation to municipal buildings. In addition, “the City Council will hire 11 workers for six months through a grant of more than 160,000 euros from the Ministry of Employment, which will be responsible for carrying out actions in affected areas of the municipality such as the Place of La Ermita or the arrangement of roads ”, adds the Town Planning Councilor.

The mayor of Redován asks for tranquility to the neighbors before the process of legalization of houses on rustic land

• Since 2011 the City Council has requested reports to know the situation, which affects more than 400 families, and adapt the buildings to the new regulations

The mayor of Redován, Nely Ruiz, and the councilman of Urbanism, José Nájar, have appeared today to call for calm “before the alarm generated by the misinformation that has spread in recent days in the municipality, regarding the process of legalization of housing outside urban planning “.

The councilor wanted to reassure the neighbors affected by this process, ensuring that from the City Council of Redován “all relevant steps are taken to regularize these homes.” The process has been explained by the councilman of Urbanism, José Nájar, who has detailed the procedures carried out by the government team since 2011, “requesting internal and external reports to adapt to the regulations and be able to carry out this administrative intervention of ordination of these buildings on rustic land.

“These procedures led to the drafting of a housing management project in 2016, which must be modified to adapt it to the recent reform of Law 1/2019 on Territorial Planning, Urban Planning and Landscape (LOTUP) last February, according to which , homes built before August 2014 can be legalized through a procedure that must be assumed by the City Council. For this reason from the Consistory was requested an external legal report, which was received on May 9, “and that as soon as this City Council has been constituted, has allowed to submit an order of Mayor requesting the adaptation of the plan,” said the councilor.

Both the mayor and the councilor of Urbanism have insisted on calling the residents calm with homes of these characteristics, since “it is crystal clear that the City is acting to know in depth the possible solutions for all buildings at the lowest possible cost”. The aediles assured that they will put in contact with the citizens as soon as all the information is gathered and all the details of the matter are known.

Likewise, the councilor has informed that a formal complaint will be presented to the Illustrious Bar Association of Orihuela, motivated by the participation of a law firm in a public space to report urban issues that affect municipal competencies without the consent or prior information to the City Council.


Redován launches a contest of architectural ideas to build a pavilion in the B-4

Redován 4/23/2018. The City Council of Redován has launched a contest of architectural ideas for the construction of a sports pavilion covered in the sports area of ​​the B-4, “a highly demanded facility and whose execution we want to be as participatory as possible, hence we have opted to carry out this contest that gives option to all architects or disciplinary teams that believe it convenient, to present their proposal for the pavilion, “said the mayor, Emilio Fernández, who is also a town planning councilor. Precisely the competition part of the area of ​​Urbanism along with that of Sports directed by Ramón López.

The contest has already been approved by the Governing Board and was published last Thursday in the Official Gazette of the Province. The bases are also available for those who want to check the bulletin board of the electronic headquarters of the City Council of Redován and proposals can be submitted until May 31. The sports area of ​​the B-4 has an area of ​​6,960 square meters in which the pavilion must be integrated. The proposals submitted to the contest must take into account the existing buildings as well as the necessary actions on the adjacent infrastructures “so as to encompass the entire urban environment,” said Fernandez.

The bases establish that there is a special interest in the attention given to the public space as an articulator of the urban fabric, its design and the adjacent areas, for which three lines of action are established. The first, the transformation of the current sports area with performances that allow the execution of the pavilion; secondly, the functional adequacy of the space, providing it with accessibility, and the third, reinforcing the relations of the new construction with the urban environment.

The contestants will have to value the costs of execution of the total of the work in no more than one million euros “and the versatility in terms of the uses of the proposed solution will be assessed, trying to maintain existing buildings,” said the councilor.

This is a public contest aimed at architects or multidisciplinary teams that want to present themselves, and which will have a technical jury made up of two technical architects assigned to the municipal services, the secretary-interventionist of the City Council of Redován and the local development agent, the latter will act as president of the jury. They will be the ones who determine which of the proposals presented gets the prize of 1,500 euros that has been established, but also grant two runners-up without financial endowment.

The jury will make an assessment of the overall quality of the proposals taking into account the adaptation to the environment and the urban landscape, the architectural and urban quality of the proposal, the consideration that is made in each of them of the public space regarding the urban and landscape scene, the technical, urban, economic and constructive viability, the criteria of economic and environmental sustainability and those of universal accessibility and design for all.

Emilio Fernández has encouraged professionals to put their ideas “in a contest that we believe may be an opportunity especially for younger architects,” and has said that the government team is considered “an exciting project that also, once it is completed, it will be used by many and many Redovanenses who now do not have facilities of this type near their home. ”

The bases on which all the documentation to be presented is detailed can be consulted at:

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