The company Cartagena Parque SA has informed the City Council of Cartagena that it will be responsible for the costs of fencing the land on which the former Spanish Zinc factory was located, with the aim of minimizing the possible damages that could be caused in its environment .
The company's decision allows the municipal government to fulfill its commitment to ensure the restriction of access to the plot and thus prevent citizens from accessing the area affected by polluting materials, after more than 50 years of activity in the plant.
As explained by the mayor and head of the Urban Planning area, Ana Belén Castejón, âin the coming weeks, Cartagena Parque will present its fencing project and, from that moment, the City Council will speed up the procedures so that it can carry out as soon as possible â.
The letter of the company was registered on November 6 and received by the Urban Intervention service, whose technicians will be in charge of preparing the documentation to facilitate the license to act.
As with the fencing of the Hondón land, "the priority of this Government is, first of all, to guarantee the safety of the areas and to look for the mechanisms to recover these spaces," said the mayor.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena