The Miño-Sil Hydrographic Confederation (CHMS), an autonomous body under the Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, has awarded the hydrological-forestry restoration works in several areas of the Limia River, within the Cross-border Cooperation Project (POCTEP) Fronteira Esquecida, in the municipalities of Muiños and Bande (Ourense), to the company VIPECA Obras y Servicios, for €191,982.
In the vicinity of the village of Rañadoiro and around the As Conchas reservoir, in Muiños, fallen or weakened trees will be removed in the DPH and easement area. Selective pruning and clearing of riverside vegetation will also be carried out, and finally, native species will be planted in areas where it is considered necessary.
On the other hand, in Ponte Soutelo, located in the municipality of Bande, the bridge, which has been weakened and in danger of collapse for years, will be restored; the project has been drafted and approved, and the contracting procedure for the work has begun.
The projected works will begin in February and will last for 4 months.
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