Not a crane, but a digger. The square of concrete in calle El Barrio was occupied this morning as workmen began the complete demolition of one of the old, small properties in the street.
Mystery solved as two men began laying the approach tracks to the little square of concrete in calle El Barrio, so only a matter of time before the machinery arrives. Guessing a caterpillar excavator or a crane.
It looks very much like calle El Barrio itself is finished, just in time for the Virgen del Carmen procession and only about a week after the scheduled completion date. Looks good with the trees and the seating.
Calle El Barrio now has seven palm trees adorning one side of the road, nice touch. Shouldn’t be long now before it’s finished.
Work in calle El Barrio looks as if it is nearing completion and if finished within the next couple of weeks it could be within the scheduled four month completion period.
A quick look at the state of play in calle El Barrio. Scheduled completion is mid-July.
Work continues in calle El Barrio and a start has been made on putting down the tiles in the centre of the road. The small alleyway next to the ice cream parlour and Zaza’s has already been tiled.
Work continues on the pedestrianisation of calle El Barrio, although it seems that activity only takes place in the mornings at the moment. The works have not been too disruptive so far, with pedestrian access still possible.
Work has suddenly speeded up in calle El Barrio after the Easter holiday period with a lot of activity today. With all the rain we’re having, they certainly need to make the most of dry spells if they are to achieve the required deadline.