La Caleta in Adeje is to have a 120 square metre cultural centre with a central salon, changing rooms and toilets, fully accessible to all, and with an office and storage zones. Work has already started on the new installation and should be completed, according to councillor for works and services Gonzalo Delgado Diaz by February 2015. The project has been requested by the local population of this coastal village and fits into the council’s borough-wide plan to empower urban zones and create communal spaces where people can meet and develop social connections and activities throughout the year.
“For us this is a priority and will enhance our network of cultural centres designed to improve public infrastructures throughout the borough and give people living in all corners of Adeje a local meeting and activity zone” the councillor said. The new centre is just beside the international diving centre, a part of the area already used as a local focal point for activities and fiestas. “This is why we waited until the end of the local fiestas this year, so they wouldn’t be affected by building work and now of course the work will be completed before next year’s events”, Delgado Diaz commented.