I’m Laura Leyshon and I’m Las Palmas’ resident property expert. I work for RE/MAX Cony Overseas, one of the city’s oldest estate agencies and the first RE/MAX office to open in Europe. Cony Overseas has an excellent local reputation and has helped hundreds of foreign buyers and sellers in Las Palmas and all over Gran […]
Work on the pedestrianisation (I hope that is spelt right) of the La Cicer zone of Las Canteras has started. The 700,000 euro budget project is scheduled to be finished by summer 2019.
The project involves pedestrianising the sections of California, Perú, Salvador, Almansa, Lepanto, Párroco Francisco Rodríguez, Covadonga and Numancia that are adjacent to the beach.
Car access will be limited to those residents that have garages on the block.
The pedestrian areas will be paved, all be one height, and some streets will also get plant pots
NB: The current work in the centre of Mesa y Lopez street in Las Palmas is connected to the MetroGuagua fast bus project. When it is finished, the whole street will be pedestrian.