The plenary session of the Cáceres City Council, with the participation of the PP and Vox parties, approved the proposal made by the Socialist Workers Party urging the council to build a new health center in the western part of the city located in the peripheral neighborhood of Cáceres. Junquilo.
The goal is to reduce the burden of care on health centers in Aldea Moret and Manuel Encinas, according to socialist councilor David Holguín, who noted that “this neighborhood was born due to irregular urban planning, at a time when Spain was mired in an exploding real estate bubble.”
This policy caused “house prices to rise by thousands of euros every week, and housing projects were built from year to year, on many occasions without being interconnected and with incomplete public services.”
Holguín noted that El Junquillo was born to correct a major problem with access to housing, and it was not without problems and with long waiting times for homes to be delivered, today it is the neighborhood that is growing the most in the city with many young families. According to a press release of the Socialist Workers Party.
He emphasizes that from 2019 to 2022, the neighborhood has increased its population by 35 percent, and in 2024, three residential complexes are expected to be delivered, so “the health center is absolutely essential” which will also serve the neighboring neighborhoods of Macondo. And Los Castellanos.
Currently, residents of El Junquillo are being treated in the Aldea Moret and Manuel Encinas health centers, “in both cases they are health centers that serve a large number of users and have a high burden of care.” Health workers.
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