Councilman Socialist deputy in les Corts Valencianes, Jordi Serra has denounced the unwillingness of the Generalitat Valenciana for the port has again a ramp to beaching small boats.
These statements were has made Serra after the answer to a parliamentary question to the Regional Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and the Environment, which was asked what alternatives was studying the Department on the construction of the ramp and when it would be completed these works.
To this question, Isabel Bonig replied that "from the legal point of view, the alternatives under study are, within the indirect management, the granting of authorization or concession, according to the current port law. While regarding the economic regime, the options are the execution of the works in charge of the administration, prior to the granting for the indirect management, or in charge of the same managing body of the installation".
Counselor Bonig affirms that "the date may determine the specific schedule of performance will depend on the existence of potential stakeholders in the development of this activity".
Jordi Serra this shows that the construction of a public ramp is not a priority for the Department and noted that "Perhaps the situation is not extreme urgency, but the owners of public moorings in the port of Denia lead since late 2012 without a public structure, having to use services offered by existing private companies in the port".
Jordi Serra remembers that in "August de 2013 Ana Kringe announced that the City of Dénia had reached an agreement with the Department of Infrastructure, but today, there is no date to start that small work"