This week it was announced that the investment that the Government of Gran Canaria allocates to the city of Las Palmas, already underway or planned for the remainder of the financial year, amounts to around 200 million euros, and this is claimed to represent the harmony between the Government of Gran Canaria and the city of Las Palmas.
The Mayor of Las Palmas met with Antonio Morales, President of Gran Canaria and issued a joint statement to explain that the island government makes the largest investments in the city, because it has the largest population, or because many of its infrastructures have an impact on the whole of the island.
These investment projects are mostly destined for basic needs of the neighbourhoods of Las Palmas, such as improved street lighting and sewerage, pavements and resurfaced roads and the major development of Ballena Park with a significant investment of 4 million euros in successive stages to make it the largest urban commercial centre, and also to improve the Guiniguada Ravine.
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