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dock puerto expansion environmental process now evaluation

The expansion of the dock in Puerto is now in the process of environmental evaluation
The president of Puertos del Estado, Francisco Toledo, has agreed with the president and director of the Las Palmas Port Authority, Luis Ibarra and Francisco Trujillo, respectively, the 2020-2024 Business Plan, for which an investment of 157 million euros in the period 2020-2022.

In this sense, Ibarra and Trujillo explained in a meeting held by videoconference that the works in Puerto del Rosario (Fuerteventura) and Arrecife (Lanzarote) will conclude before December 2023, in such a way that the "full development of both ports" will be completed. and the financing of European funds (ERDF) will be used, according to Puertos del Estado reported in a press release.

Likewise, it was indicated that as of today the operation of the South counter-dock of the Naos cruise ship dock in Arrecife (9.3 million euros) has been completed and the commercial dock dock is in the process of environmental evaluation (32 million euros) in the Port of Puerto del Rosario.

In addition, an expansion is planned for the Naos dock in 2021.

Likewise, the Business Plan of the Port Authority of Las Palmas 2020-2024 includes the execution of several groups of conditioning and improvement works.

Thus, from the year 2022, the works will focus on completing the La Esfinge dock in the Port of La Luz and Las Palmas. In this regard, the president of the Port Authority of Las Palmas, Luis Ibarra pointed out that one of the objectives of this second term is focused on "having all the specifications of the port services promoting the philosophy of flat rates" in regard to to port exploitation.

He added that the Authority intends to advance the specification of the waste collection service as a priority for 2021.

On the other hand, with regard to port traffic, he stated that the port of La Luz "is resisting the crisis well with the re-export movements to Africa of liquid bulk, with the berths for changes of crews, supplies and equipment and good frozen fishing march ".

Finally, with regard to cruises, he indicated that the TUI tour operator has requested to start operating the first week of November 2020.

Finally, he affirmed that due to financial solvency, the Port Authority will proceed to cancel the loan it has signed with the EIB at the end of October 2020 and in 2024 it will repay all of the loans signed over the last few years.

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The expansion of the dock of the commercial dock of Puerto del Rosario is considered the last great work to finish defining the port area of the capital of Majorera. Puertos de Las Palmas wants it to be put out to tender this November, as stated by the entity's president, Luis Ibarra, to Diario de Fuerteventura .

The tender budget is close to 33 million euros and the execution period, once the work begins, would be about 17 months. For the year 2021, the Port Authority contemplates an item of 10.2 million euros, which would rise to 11 million in the year 2022.

The rest of the investment would be completed in 2023. Until December 31 of that year, the European funds that will be used for the execution of the works, specific for maritime works in the non-capital islands, can be justified.

The project highlights that the expansion of the commercial dock in Puerto del Rosario is "an essential measure" for increasing the capacity of the port of Majorero and for the "substantial improvement of the quality of service".

"The increase in shelter in the southern area of the port allows, among other actions, to increase the quality of operations at the docks of the port and the safety of ship manoeuvrers", the project highlights.

In this way, as justified by the Port Authority, which encompasses the management of the ports of interest to the State in the three islands of the province of Las Palmas, "the creation of a new dock attached to the dock, preferably intended for the unloading of fuels , increases the port's capacity and improves its security ”.

The projected dock starts from the southern area of the outer edge of the current platform of the port and has two alignments: a first one of 100 meters, which will not enable the docking of boats in its interior part, and another, superimposed on the previous one , 375.2 meters long.

The aforementioned 100-meter section will be executed with a layer of concrete blocks, while the longest section, which will be the one enabled for the docking of boats, will be built with prefabricated boxes.

The project contemplates the placement of nine precast concrete caissons, each with a length of more than 41 meters.

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