• The collaboration agreement signed today between the Mayor of Paterna, Juan Antonio Sagredo and the President of the Conservation Entity València Parc Tecnològic, Antonio Alagarda will serve to improve and modernize the infrastructure of this park where more than 500 companies are located.
  • The managers of the Technological Park have announced that they will also use the 30,000 euros that the City Council contributes to the agreement to install canopies at bus stops.

This is the first agreement that the consistory signs with the park and adds to the agreements that the City Council is signing with each of its five business areas.

In order to promote and boost business parks and improve their relationship with the consistory, the City Council of Paterna and the Conservation Entity València Parc Tecnològic have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly promote strategic actions aimed at promoting the improvement of the park in particular, and the economic promotion of the paternal municipality, in general.

With this agreement, which has been signed today by the Mayor of Paterna, Juan Antonio Sagredo and the President of the Entity, Antonio Alagarda and by which the City Council makes a financial contribution of 30,000 euros, the first mayor seeks to renew and modernize the equipment and the infrastructures of this area where more than 500 companies are located.

In this regard, Sagredo has highlighted that, in the case of the Technological Park, this agreement “will serve to solve one of the great problems of the park such as the lack of parking with the creation of public spaces for vehicles”.

Alagarda, who has been accompanied by the manager of the Entity, Manoli, has indicated that, in addition to conditioning parking areas, they will also use the help to install canopies at the different bus stops.

Juan Antonio Sagredo has also taken advantage of the meeting to convey to the park leaders the firm commitment of the council to promote the industrial potential of Paterna and continue to attract the arrival of new companies to its five business areas highlighting the Park's technological strength , with 5 technological institutes and more than a thousand companies, it has the European Center for Innovative Companies (CEEI), the Business School of the Chamber of Commerce and a Servef Training Center.

Lastly, Sagredo, who also holds the responsibilities of Business, University and Industrial Areas, recalled that “the agreement with the Technological Park is part of the Economic Development Strategy promoted by the Paterna City Council and for which the consistory is signing agreements with its five business parks to improve them and favor the arrival of new companies and the consolidation of the existing ones”.