Tag: Fanny Serrano

Thirty-Two Protected Species Found in Torrevieja Last Year

Thirty-two protected animal species were discovered in Torrevieja last year according to the council’s environment councillor, Fanny Serrano. Most prominent of the finds was a Royal Python that was probably abandoned having been kept as a pet, and was discovered by Guardia Civil agents in the  IES Mediterráneo urbanisation. Twenty-four birds, including owls and an eagle,

Toilet and Shower Facilities for Three Torrevieja Beaches

Beach access to three areas in Torrevieja is set to be improved, according to councillor Fanny Serrano. Speaking on behalf of the council’s government team, Serrano said that 21,000 euro was being earmarked for concrete walkways to be installed at Los Locos, El Cura and Los Náufragos beaches which will create a path to the toilet

La Mata Boost

Work has started on improving the state of the land around La Mata natural park in Torrevieja in a joint project between Torrevieja council’s environment department and ANSE (Association of Naturalists, Southeast Spain). The focus is on the dunes in the Molino del Agua area of the park as well as around Calle Mayor, with

Collapse Concern

Torrevieja council has barred car parking around the site of the weekly La Mata street market because of warnings from the site owners that there is a risk of collapse. Torrevieja councillor Fanny Serrano said that concerns about the five thousand square metre area between the N-332 road and La Mata beach had been raised

Illegal Roundabout to be Demolished

The government of Torrevieja has announced that an illegal roundabout which was built near to the Lagunas college will be demolished by the end of next week. Notice was given by the courts in August, 2013, seven years after it had been built, although the company who constructed the roundabout were bankrupt and so the

Valencia Supporting Torrevieja Closures

The government spokesperson for Torrevieja town hall, Fanny Serrano, has visited the regional government in Valencia this week to confirm if action taken against bars, clubs and their own municipal buildings which fall short of legal licensing requirements are correct. The Director General for emergencies and emergency response, Josep Maria Àngel, has advocated strict compliance

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