Thankfully, this is not a line-them-up exercise, but rather an attempt to simulate random natural planting. They are also using a variety of species, from the obvious Aleppo through Laurel, Olive, Almond, Myrtle, Pistacia, and possible a couple more that I forget.
All in all, a very good thing indeed.
One I don't understand is why they did also plant a few Myrtus communis var. tarentina, this is the small-leaved type possibly not native, I do not know whether this is a natural ssp or whether purely a cultivar. Still...
Not only, when I indicated as to their locations, they stayed pretty clear with their brushcutters of the areas where there are wild plants of great interest, so although they did a lot of drastic cleaning up, it was done with a degree of respect.
I now hope that these trees will be given a chance to survive by the undesirables who often frequent the area.