Deb64 wrote: ↑
Fri Dec 22, 2017 2:20 pm
Hopefully it will go a head this time round and will benefit the area.
One would hope so. But I think the detail is in the fine print.
From what I have read from around the net/official press releases this will be a single storey building with the option of adding an additional floor at a later date. Orihuela will be responsible for cost of equipping the building but "may" receive contributions from those using the building ie Guardia Civil etc.
It's great that multiple agencies are prepared to operate out of 1 building, the problem is each have their own wish list especially when entering a brand new building - which increases costs. I'm still not convinced since (wingmans post) that the helipad will cost much.
The other thing I noticed in the Spanish press in the last 24 hrs is that the PSOE want a "tow away" truck to be based permanently on the Orihuela Costa and they believe tow awayed vehicles should be moved to the new Emergency Centre.