Following Michel Roger's announcement that the Government would be seeking public private partnerships for major construction work, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia (Counselor for Facilities, Environment and Urban Planning) outlined projects.
Work on Monaco's new parliament building on the Rock began in 2010.
Traffic hold-ups on avenue Pasteur.
This afternoon the elevators down to Fontvieille shopping centre will be out of bounds for an hour.
Yesterday morning the Minister of State visited construction sites on the derelict SNCF land.
Lawyer for Beausoleil says construction of Tour Odeon can start again.
Drills and explosions shatter the peace of Monaco's Rocher
Currently undergoing excavation, the 49 storey skyscraper should be completed in 2014.
The current economic climate has forced some sectors to cut their payrolls. However Monaco's construction industry is bucking the trend and taking on more workers. Nice Matin reports that the Government is investing 248 million euros in construction projects, hoping to boost economic recovery.
Future Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace (CHPG) is priority for Stephane Valeri.