Port Proposal 2014

Main sections of the 43 pages of the feasibility study .

1 -. Executing a minimal series of works such as buildings, and of course the port. Works included the rehabilitation of a dock and installation of floating pontoons.

2 -Tendering of concession for two distinct areas: one in the Levant quay (East zone), and another in the corner formed by the North and West quays, between the NPP Jávea concession and and fishing area (West zone). The surface areas of each of these are:

East area 20,379.0 m2 Land, 14863.4 5515.6 m2 Water

West Zone 3307.9 1899.2 m2 Land, 1408.7 m2 Water

Total 23686.9 7414.8 m2 Land and 16,272.1 m2 Water

3 - East: Works: demolition of intermediate (ramps?) of the Levante dock . In the dock: sidewalk, 2 lanes for driving and one parking. Floating pontoons and a floating dock of 4 meters to protect the mouth against waves. A control building and another for administration.

4 - West: Construction Crane, "possible elimination of the dry ramp to fill it to the highest level". Dredging up to 3 meters; Building for "Dirección y Capitanía" and shops

5 - 230 berths 5-8 meters long

6 - Price: 0,45 € / m2 /day: 1.10 million euros a year.

7 - Investment: 8 million euros

8 - Minimum annual Canon (to Valencia) : 50,000 euros

Town Hall's response:

1. A study must be carried out on the impact of the project on the existing land access and the necessity to expand the same, as well as the provision and location of parking.

2. Maintenance of a similar number of free parking spaces as currently exist; areas of loading and unloading and free access to the Generalitat's zone of public moorings, and that a the criterion is to minimise the visual impact of the new buildings.

3. Maintain free public use for traditional activities carried out in the Port, access to the ramp and a pedestrian access which is "free, without any barrier or obstacle"

4. To take into account the presence of archaeological remains in the Port/ Tango area, including in the project an item to carry out submarine archaeological samplings followed by dredging.

5. Liaise with AMJASA and various relevant departments about the new requirements for water supplies, sewerage and public lighting, as well as making sure that outside lighting complies with criteria for energy efficiency and a reduction of light pollution.

6. Recovery of the of the Grava / Pope beach and consolidation and protection of the foot of the mountain slopes in the calle Caleta area.

From XAD: La alegaciones...

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