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A total of one hundred families affected by the Campanar fire ask to relocate to the Safranar building


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A total of one hundred families affected by the Campanar fire ask to relocate to the Safranar building


A total of one hundred families who have lost their homes in the Campanar fire have asked the Valencia City Council to relocate to the property in the Safranar neighborhood, a newly built 131-story building that the council has made available to them and which they bought. by right of first refusal a few months ago with the aim of allocating it to affordable rent.

According to the mayor of València, María José Catalá, in response to the media during a visit to this building, where the details are being finalized, there are "a hundred requests" from those affected to relocate to these homes, which have two and three rooms, and to which they will begin to move from this Monday.

In this case, priority for the transfer will be given to families with children - there are ten minors staying with their relatives in the hotel to which those affected were transferred since Thursday -, who will be the first to arrive, as will people with reduced mobility and dependents.

"We have worked in the last few days as completely efficiently and quickly as we could to, in some way, provide them with all the basic needs of a family," Catalá told the media, in an appearance in which he publicly thanked the help and collaboration of many companies that have provided the final details to furnish and provide the apartments with everything necessary.

The mayor has stressed that they will work "individually with these families" who will move to Safranar, and studying each context, economic situation and need to prioritize. In any case, she stressed that, for the City Council, it is "a relief to know that they are going to be in a normal environment" and "a joy to find so much solidarity from so many companies that have helped us."

Initially, they have set a period of three months to reside in these properties, which will be "extendable", the mayor has stressed, emphasizing that "no one is going to be left in a situation from one day to the next without attention."

"But at this time we understand that it is enough to address the situation of social vulnerability, of family need, to help them with the legal processing of insurance, mortgages and so on. From there a period begins in which that we cannot generalize measures," he stated because "each family will have a situation and we will address it based on their needs."