Air Nostrum has once again been awarded the contract for flights between Sevilla and Almeria, deemed an essential service by the Council of Ministers in March 2009.
Ronda Council has awarded the contract for the cleaning and maintenance of most of its green areas to a special employment centre, the Centro Especial de Empleo Accesibilidad Comarcal, and will run for one year and involve four companies, three of them from Ronda.
The Council is proposing to sign an agreement with Empresa Recogida de Aceites y Grasas Vegetales Usadas, Sociedad Cooperativa Andaluza (SAVICOL, S.C.A.) for the collection and recycling of used cooking oils in the municipality. The contract is for one year, automatically renewable, and will replace the existing contract with the company Reciclados La Estrella.
Benamocarra Council has awarded the contract for the completion of the covered sports pavilion. The project has been stalled for a long time after the two companies previously awarded the contract both filed for bankruptcy.
Vélez-Málaga Council has approved a dossier relating to the termination of the contract granted to Floresur for the conservation, maintenance and improvement of green areas within the municipality due to a number of breaches.
Local company Transportes Antelo has been awarded the contract to complete the renovation of the so-called Miner’s Houses (Casas de los Mineros) at Fuente del Esparto.
A total of ten companies have submitted bids for the construction of the future swimming pool in Torre del Mar which will be located next to the sports pavilion.
The awarding of the contract for the equipping the Nerja History Museum has been published in the Official Provincial Gazette (BOP), the lucky company being Playmedia. The contract is for €1,395,480.
If all goes to plan and there are no more party political interruptions, the contract for the equipping of the Nerja History Museum should be finalised before the end of this month and work could begin in October.
Pending complaints and other potentially problematic items notwithstanding, five companies have submitted bids for the contract to furnish the Nerja Museum, two fewer than during the original, subsequently cancelled tender process.