- The project has a financing of almost 98,400 euros and will involve the reform and rehabilitation of the public center for the elderly in the municipality
Redován City Council will soon have a more accessible and renovated senior center, thanks to a grant of 98,391 euros from the Provincial Council of Alicante, and which aims to reform and rehabilitate several areas of this municipal facility. The financing received is framed within the calls for financially sustainable investments of the Diputación for the 2019 annuity, and will allow the Consistory to improve the accessibility of the building, which “due to its age, presents several deficits in its architectural finishes and facilities ”, Informed José Najar, Town Planning Councilor. The main action will be focused on the integral reform of the toilets on the ground floor, as well as the first and second, “for its adaptation to the accessibility regulations, and facilitating the use of the facilities to residents with mobility reduced ”, explained the mayor of Social Welfare, Marisol Ibáñez. The works, which will be carried out during the next year, will include the replacement of the plumbing and sanitation, as well as the lighting and electrical installation, sanitary and accessories, and the tiling and false ceiling of the toilets.
In the same way, this subsidy will allow the realization of other types of improvements in the building such as the replacement of the exterior and aluminum carpentry of the lobby, and the glassware of the entrance door. The interior doors of passage to the toilets, kitchen and dependencies of the center will also be replaced, together with the lighting of the lobby, which will be replaced by LED bulbs. It will also proceed to eliminate the existing pavement at the entrance, the placement of a false ceiling and the interior painting of this area. The mayor of Redován, Nely Ruiz, thanked the Provincial for the granting of this subsidy, which will serve to complete those already made in this center and that facilitate access to users, such as the location of a ramp and the adequacy of the steel , the installation of a railing and the signaling of a parking space in the vicinity for users with reduced mobility, “actions with which this center can offer better services to its users and serve our elders as they deserve,” said the First mayor.