VALLADOLID, 17 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) –
The mayor of Segovia, Clara Martín, has requested the support of the Board for the capital to house the Spanish Agency for the Supervision of Artificial Intelligence, while underlining the “climate of cordiality” between both institutions with the objective of “improving the calidad de vida” de los segovianos.
That’s how it has been translated, in declarations collected by Europa Press, the Segovia councilor after holding a meeting with the president of the Autonomous Executive, Alfonso Fernández Mañueco, with whom he discussed the state of the projects that the Autonomous Administration is implementing and has foreseen to develop en la capital segoviana.
Among them, Consistori and Junta han tratado el estado de infrastructuras “de importanta” para Segovia como la ampliación del Hospital. The forecast is that in the next few months the Junta will have the land available and once all the relevant actions have been finalized, they can initiate the procedures for the drafting of the projects and, subsequently, the construction of the necessary infrastructure for the expansion and the improvement of the General Hospital, with the aim of providing the city of Segovia with a “modern and accessible” complex, which will increase the quality of the services and which will also house the building where the Nursing Degree will be imparted, he explained, por parte de la Junta a los medios la consejera de Mobilidad y Transformación Digital, María González Corral.
Un Grado que, en palabras de Martín, confía en que se pueda impartir en el curso 2023-2024. In addition, the evolution of the execution of the health center Segovia IV has also been addressed in health matters. La obra avanza según los plazos previsitos y se prevé su finalización a principios de 2024 para seguidamente, proceder a su equipamiento.
En materia educativa, han repasado la execución de las obras del IES de San Lorenzo. Regarding the Centro de Ciclos de Formación Profesional, the execution of this building has been adjudicated recently. Por su parte, la licicación para acometer la obra del Instituto de Educación Secundaria saldrá en los próximos meses, ha clarified González Corral.
En relación con la promoción de vivienda pública en Segovia, the president has informed the mayor of the project to construct cooperative social housing for young people. En concreto, the bidding of the basic project is pending until the city council gives up the land to promote cien viviendas en la carretera de Valdevilla. Por su parte, Martín ha mostroto el deseo de que la Junta ceda terrenos para este fin.
Mañueco has also shown the institutional support of the Junta to the industrial promotion projects in Segovia and has recalled that, in the case of the industrial land area of Prado del Hoyo and Puerto Seco, the Autonomous Administration has acted with the “máxima celeridad” en los trámites de su compétencia. Likewise, the president has shown support to all logistical and industrial projects that count with technical and economic viability and are supported by the business sector.
The meeting also dealt with issues such as the future of the bus station in Segovia, which they discussed with the firm as a compromise on the part of the Board, as long as there is political and citizen consensus to support the construction of a new estación o reformar la ya existente.
The council’s support for the conservation of the area declared World Heritage in the city and the Aqueduct were among the other issues discussed at the meeting, in which the Consistory showed its desire for an agreement between the two administrations and the government central para firmarlo “lo antes posible”.
Finally, Clara Martín also requested the involvement of the Board and the Government for the creation of a covered athletics module in La Albuera with “co-financing” on the part of the three administrations involved as has happened “in similar installations”.