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The MARM resolve the environmental impact of the proposed doubling of Jumilla access from the motorway A-33 (12/08/2010)

The Government delegate, Rafael González Tovar, announced today that the Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs has made the appraisal of environmental impact of road duplication project in Jumilla access to the N-344 from motorway A-33, concluding that the environment and natural resources will be adequately protected by the adoption of a series of measures.

González Tovar added that this is stated in a resolution of the Secretary of State for Climate Change (Ministry of Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs) published today in the Official Gazette.

The resolution published today in the BOE noted that the analyzed project aims to double the N-344, for a length of 5,075 meters Jumilla links with the A-33.

Such duplication runs parallel to the existing road and includes a roundabout at the 2.140 kilometer to provide access to adjoining properties eliminating other access to it.

It also indicates that the project does not affect any spaces or habitats included in the Natura 2000 network or protected by national or regional legislation or any existing public utility hill in the area: the wild olive Sierra, Sierra Long and Head of Pinoso and Rose.

Does not affect any protected species.

It also indicates that the action does not affect any permanent watercourse in the section under study, but if there are several gullies, which are minor except in the beginning of the trace where it crosses the Rambla del Rincón de Santa Ana, so have provided the necessary engineering works and measures to protect water quality.

Another point discussed by the MARM is the presence of archaeological sites.

In this regard, the resolution noted that the deposits located in the city and included a turn in the Archaeological Inventory of Murcia, are well away from the proposed route, to be directly affected by the new infrastructure.

With regard to noise impact, indicates that corrective action is required at two points (Casa de Francisco Poveda and the Wheel House Cutillas), consisting of the location on the same sound-absorbing screens of 2 meters.

Finally, it is stated by the Secretary of State for Climate Change that the route does not affect important areas for nesting rupícolas species.

Only the portion of loans is closer to protected areas which will restrict the use of explosives during the nesting season.

Consequently, in the loan can not be made blasting between January and August (both inclusive), avoiding the risks associated with these noisy activities on the processes of courtship and breeding of raptors there exist: short-toed eagle, eagle real, peregrine falcons and owls.

Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia

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