The Democratic Party of Rojales (Pader) has demanded that the Quesada government carries out a  comprehensive action plan which incorporates improvements in road safety to one of the largest developments in the municipality, a programme of cleaning in and around the town as well as the clearance of the rainwater drainage channel along the Avenida de Las Naciones

The say that the bus stop at the main entrance to the town is situated on a dangerous roundabout which is traversed on a daily basis by a very high volume of traffic. When buses stop for passengers to get on and off they create regular tailbacks, causing frustration amongst drivers as well as increasing the dangers to those who are travelling on foot.

They say that the bus stop should be either moved to a more secure location or completely remodelled to take it off the road and into a lay by.

Pader also criticise the adequacy of the rainwater drainage channel along the Avenida de Las Naciones which they say is often full of debris and in desperate need of further excavation. Many local councils are paying a great deal of attention to drainage ditches in advance of the anticipated autumn rains and parts of the channel along Quesada’s main road is in urgent need of attention.

The political group also criticises the cleanliness of the town which does little to enhance the image of Quesada and surrounds with either residents or it’s many visitors, showing a lack of attention and a great deal of sloppiness. They call for the council to devote additional funding and resources to cleaning and tasks that could make significant improvements to the aesthetic appearance of the town.