News January, 18th 2010 by

Improvement projects at Nueva Andalucia and Puerto Banus

The municipal delegate for the Nueva Andalucia and Puerto Banus district, Baldomero Leon, has announced that Marbella Town Hall will promote more than 30 projects in the town this year aimed at continuing to improved infrastructure, equipment, and general maintenance of public areas. All of these projects have been approved by the areas’ residents’ associations.

One of the most important projects is the improvement of the Paseo Maritimo between Rio Verde and Rio Guadaiza, which should be completed by the end of the year. Other projects include a new nursery, council houses, a bridge over Rio Verde, partial paving of the Avenida de los Girasoles, the resurfacing of the Carril de Lorcrimar, the improvement of the Carril del Potril, the opening of a new bridge over the Guadaiza River and the opening of La Campana park.

The council also plans to continue to renew urban furniture and to improve paving and lighting in several areas such as Calle Real and Avenida del Prado. The district will also continue to benefit from the upkeep of gardens in the area for which there will now be vehicles to pick up the refuse.

A multiple-use hall will be built, as well as a civic and cultural centre, and the Youth Centre will be refurbished.

Other projects include ‘ecological islands in Avenida Julio Iglesias, the improvement of drainage on the Levante beach, the cleaning of the path at the Lago de las Tortugas, changing the course of sewage and rain water in Calle Tirso de Molina, and the upkeep of green areas and roundabouts. The tennis courts and the wall behind the Virgen Madre Church are to be repaired, and there are plans to extend the centre for the elderly with a hairdressing salon and a chiropodist.

Regarding development, Leon said that projects such as the new health centre and industrial estate should go ahead. 

Simon Schönbeck

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