For the implementation of this public service, demanding by the students, a closed municipal building has been recovered from Severo Ochoa street, close to the secondary schools
A push button system on the tables connects directly to the Local Police and also has security cameras and motion sensors
The City Council of Caravaca de la Cruz will launch a 24-hour Study Classroom in a few weeks, located in a municipal building on Severo Ochoa Street, close to the secondary education institutes.
To create this new public service, demanded by students and opponents, the Caravaqueño Consistory has recovered the old CAVI property, making a total investment of 37,000 euros, charged to the municipal budget, which includes the work and furniture.
"This space has more than 120 square meters and will be equipped with 62 study points. The installation will be fully domotized, with light and timed air conditioning through motion sensors, which allows optimizing electricity consumption," according to the Councilor for Youth , Laura Sánchez Domenech, who has indicated that she will have all the necessary services and comforts to carry out such a constant and tenacious work, so this project represents a quality leap in the offer of the services that the City Council offers to students.
The mayor has made a visit to the facilities, accompanied by the municipal architect, José Manuel Alcázar, and those responsible for the Caracas-based company Climacruz, who are installing a complete system that guarantees safety in the room without the need to be staffed municipal.
Each of the 62 study points has an Internet connection via WIFI, a power point and mobile recharging, as well as an emergency push button with intercom that immediately connects to the Local Police.
These buttons are also installed on the different walls of the room and the toilet, next to the security cameras.
The entrance and exit of the room will be by fingerprint or smart card, upon request to register at the Caravaca Youth Center, so that it is known which users are inside and which use the service.
Access will be for over 18 years.
This new space is complemented by the study rooms of the Young Center and the House of Culture.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Caravaca de la Cruz