Plan to improve sports facilities forges ahead
The improvement of the municipal sports facilities of Guía de Isora continues with the implementation of a new irrigation and turf system at the Tomás Hernández Alonso soccer fields in Guía de Isora and El Mirador de Alcalá.
With the intention of minimising the impact on the practise of the clubs and users of the fields, the installation work of the irrigation system began last week at Tomás Hernández Alonso and, once completed, will be moved to El Mirador so that users can alternate their use during the works.
The Mayor of Guía de Isora, Pedro Martín, praised these new works as “one more step” in the plan to improve and update the municipal sports spaces that is linked to the installation of the new biosaludable and calisthenics parks in the municipality.
“During this mandate we have worked on expanding and improving the sports offer of the municipality with the previous improvements in El Mayato and Aguadulce, as well as the new indoor soccer field in Chiguergue,” said Sr. Martín.
Councillor for sports of Guía de Isora, José Rivero, explains that at first the intention of the City Council was to change the lawn exclusively, but once the state of the irrigation systems was analysed, an integral action was taken. “The new systems will allow us, in addition to solving breakages, to implement a first-rate savings and efficiency model,” says Sr. Rivero.
The work involves an investment of €42,500 and has an execution period of two months. Once the installation of the irrigation systems is completed, the construction of two new changing rooms in the Alcalá field will progress.