22/04/2019 - update at 13:30
The flood gates across the Rambla are OPEN The clean up commences As reported previously our flood defenses prevented any flooding A number of apartment lift pits flooded requiring the lifts to be closed Contractors are now working to clear the pits as soon as possible Affected lifts in:
- Mero 60 and 62
- Anchoa 1 19 21 And 29
- Benito 6
- Atun 6 and 8
- Town Centre 4 and 5
- Some problems in Mero 32 and Anchoa 2
Thanks to our security and maintenance team who volunteered to work their Easter Weekend and to our Administrators Who assisted throughout the weekend The weather forecast looks promising for the coming week If assistance is required please contact our Security on 968032999
22/04/2019 - update at 9am this morning
Admiburgos are organizing the clean up and will advise as soon as the flood gates can be safely opened hopefully later this morning. Admiburgos will continue checking all Regional and Local Weather Alerts.
Only minor water ingress has been reported and the flood defences operated well
21/04/2019 - Update at 9.00am this morning.
Currently the Rambla is clear of running water, the reservoir alongside Pinatar is full Weather forecast/alerts indicates heavy rainfall in the Region possibly during the day and throughout the night The Rambla gates and flood defences will remain in place until the weather alert is cleared Some water has entered apartment garages in the Town Centre Mero and Calle Remora This has resulted from the heavy rain running off the buildings not flooding from the roads The garage rainwater generally amounts to 5 centimetres Our flood defences together with security and maintenance teams have worked very well There is a serious problem with our pumping station on Calle Mero and contingency measures are in place If owners residents require assistance Please call Security on 968032999
20/04/2019 - ALL flood gates are now closed and will remain in place until further notice Heavy rain is expected for the next 24 hours There is no through route, Calle Abadejo is closed by the flood gates. There are no reports of flooding but in the event of an emergency contact security on 968032999
From the Administration of La Torre Golf Resort we would like to inform you of the latest news received regarding the weather.
On Thursday 18 a large storm in height will be located on the Iberian Peninsula, staying with slight displacements on our territory most likely until the beginning of next week, increasing atmospheric instability. The surface situation, although subject to uncertainty regarding its precise evolution, will most likely lead to the intensification of east component winds in the Mediterranean area that will provide humid and temperate air over the east of the peninsula causing intense rainfall in different areas of the middle Oriental.
The areas with high probability of being affected by the most intense and / or persistent rainfall, which may be locally very strong and sometimes accompanied by storms, correspond to the Valencian Community, Region of Murcia, eastern half of Castilla-La Mancha, east of Andalusia and, perhaps also the extreme south of Catalonia, with a tendency to diminish as of Sunday.
Please, please take extreme precautions if the weather gets complicated. In particular keep away from areas prone to flooding such as garages and ramblas inside and outside the Resort.