The Mayor of Dénia, Vicent Grimalt, has formally asked the Provincial Council of Alicante for a grant by which to carry out the rehabilitation of the house of Torrecremada. He did this Thursday, in a meeting held at the headquarters of the provincial body with the president, César Sánchez.
The manor house of Torrecremada dates from the nineteenth century and was acquired by the Ajuntament de Dénia in 1970. It is located in a garden area with access and public use and is included in the catalogs of goods and protected areas, so it receives a level of protection that allows conservation, restoration and rehabilitation interventions. The City Council of Denia estimates that the cost of drafting the project amounts to 90.000 euros, VAT included, and the works would have a cost close to 2 million euros.
The restoration and rehabilitation of this house falls within the objective of the Grimalt government team to recover the architectural heritage of Denia. The rehabilitation of the old fish market and the house of the Marquesa Valero de Palma, financed by the PIP of the Generalitat Valenciana, and the rehabilitation of the house on Calle San José, financed by a subsidy from the Ministry of Public Works.
Subsidy to complete the asphalting of Camí del Cementeri
The meeting with Sanchez has also served to confirm that the Provincial Council is processing the subsidy for the asphalting of the Camí del Cementeri, former CV-735, from the "El Molí" to the La Xara crossing for the amount of 224.739 euros.
This pavement would complement the action carried out in the first section of the road, which has been recently implemented through the PIP grant.