This week, Albert Croesi, lead manager for the Minister of State on the Apolline issue, announced the setting up of the construction site for work to commence at the Jardins d’Apolline. From this week, fencing is being erected behind the buildings. In a few days, a crane will be put in place on the esplanade between the AS Monaco Football Store and the Snowflake shop, and the footpath will be built.
“The work is expected to take 36 months, with all residents scheduled to be back in their permanent apartments by the end of 2020. But everything will be done to make this quicker,” explained Albert Croesi. He also reiterated that the Government had done everything it could to rehouse residents under the best possible conditions, without impacting allocation of the Engelin apartments.