Friday, 24th March 2023
The works of the fifth ITV station in Mallorca, which will be located in the Son Bugadelles industrial estate, progress at a good pace
Today, there was a visit to the works attended by the president of the Consell de Mallorca, Catalina Cladera; the mayor of Calvià, Alfonso Rodríguez Badal; the insular minister of Mobility and Infrastructures, Iván Sevillano; the deputy mayor for Urban Planning, Marc López; the Galatzó councillor, Marcos Pecos, and the councillors Marga Plomer and Rafel Sedano.
The mayor has expressed his satisfaction with the progress of an infrastructure highly desired by the Calvià residents, because it will allow them to have an ITV service very close. Alfonso Rodríguez Badal recalled that the Town Hall has been working with the Mallorca Council for years to make this infrastructure a reality, with the urban works and the land purchase made by the Town Hall, and with the agreement with the Consell to collaborate with an annual fee with the acquisition of the plot.
The Son Bugadelles station will offer four inspection lanes: two for light vehicles and two for universal vehicles, as well as an inspection booth for two-wheeled vehicles. Therefore, this ITV in the Calvià area will be similar to the one in Son Castelló, but improved because it will have two universal lanes and not just one. The station will incorporate the highest energy efficiency criteria to optimise consumption, since it will have self-consumption of photovoltaic energy with a power of 37.8 kW and renewable thermal systems for air conditioning through aerothermal energy.
Press release from the Consell de Mallorca
President of the Consell statements
Island Councillor for Mobility and Infrastructures statements