Finestrat Budget approved

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Finestrat Budget approved
LA CALA: Improvements in line for the health centre Photo credit: Finestrat town hall

FINESTRAT Town Hall’s Budget was approved by all political parties for the second consecutive year.

This year’s €20 million figure includes €4 million from last year’s €8 million Budget surplus which can now be used in line with central government regulations.

The cash will be used for several “fundamental” courses of action, the town hall announced, although €1 million will also be used to reduce the municipal debt.

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“We are going to improve infrastructure including the La Cala health centre and the seafront promenade,” Finestrat’s mayor Juanfran Perez Llorca explained.

“We shall also acquire land with funds raised by selling municipal land in the Bulevar commercial area to create more parking in the town centre,” Perez Llorca said.

“Finestrat is growing quickly and we need more parking spaces as well as another municipal building.”


Better connectivity to bring the internet to all part of the municipality was also included in the town hall’s plans, the mayor stated.

“This is something that has become essential now that so many people have begun working from home owing to the pandemic,” he said.


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