THE Balearic government plans to design a corporative image to identify all the natural spaces and parks in the Balearics. It will also standardise sign posts for all protected areas. This was announced yesterday by government spokesman Joan Flaquer.
The new signs will make it easier to identify natural reserves, parks and government-owned estates, he said.
The environment ministry has a budget of 515'000 euros with which to develop this project.
The Balearics have nine areas which comply with European Union directives on parks.
They include the Llevant Park, Cala d'Hort, Mondragó, S'Albufera, Ufanes, Ses Salines and Sa Albufera des Grau.
Despite criticism from the opposition, the government says that it plans to revitalise the parks.
The government also approved a transfer of nearly 597'000 euros for an environmental park in Sa Pobla.
This particular park is to the north of Sa Pobla and covers an area of 24'140 square metres.
The government wants to create more public spaces with gardens and sports facilities, Flaquer said.


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