Essaouira: Rehabilitation and development of the medina

The progress of projects planned under the complementary program of rehabilitation and development of the medina of Essaouira (2019-2023) was the focus of a new meeting of the Provincial Committee ad-hoc held Monday at the headquarters of the prefecture.

 Chaired by Governor Adil El Maliki, in the presence of the Secretary General of the Prefecture, the presidents of the Provincial and Communal Councils, the representative of the Hassan II Fund for Economic and Social Development, the heads of the various external services concerned and local authorities, the meeting was devoted to the review of steps taken in this strategic site, interventions underway or those being launched.

 On this occasion, the governor reiterated his call for strict compliance with deadlines set for projects under this large-scale program, which reinforces the multidimensional dynamics that the city, while ensuring the quality of work and the preparation of comprehensive and accurate records on the reception of completed projects.

 He has, in this sense, invited the various stakeholders to ensure careful monitoring of the implementation of ongoing projects, and to give special attention to other projects that will be launched in the coming days to ensure timely completion of this program, especially since this site is now in the right line.

 For his part, Hassan Bousetta, representative of the agency Al Omrane, presented an exhaustive presentation on the status of each project of the program, which mobilizes investments estimated at 300 million DH, stating that the rate of progress of this major site is currently 70%.

 Noting that this program covers 27 projects, the official said that 7 projects have been completed and 17 are underway, while the remaining three will be launched soon.

 Note that this rehabilitation site, which benefits the 13,000 inhabitants of the medina, is a series of projects based on four major areas, namely the rehabilitation of urban space, restoration and development of historical heritage, promoting access to social services and strengthening the attractiveness of the medina for tourism and economic development. 

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.