The Estepona Town Hall has started the process to carry out a new promotion of subsidized housing (VPO) after promoting the development of urban planning and having obtained municipal land in the Camino de Cortes area for the development of 110 houses, as announced on Tuesday by the mayor, José María García Urbano.

The councilor has explained that it is a plot of 8,300 square meters in the Atalaya area, in the east of the city, which has 11,454 square meters of buildable area.

Thus, the Consistory has launched the administrative Procedure which will provide this area with a total of 110 homes aimed at the most vulnerable population in terms of access to housing.

Those interested in accessing these homes must be registered in the municipal register of applicants for subsidized housing from Estepona.

It should be remembered that at the end of last year, the Estepona City Council handed over the keys to the owners of a promotion of 100 VPO executed in the Juan Benítez area. The land where this housing development, called Residencial Garum, is located, was ceded by the Consistory to the Fundación Vimpyca Entidad Benéfica de Construcción (EBC) for its execution.

The mayor of Estepona has referred to the social sensitivity of the government team with the needs of citizens. In this sense, he has explained that “in the first opportunity that he had since he was mayor to obtain land for VPO, they were transferred to make this housing development possible in Juan Benítez.”

Likewise, the councilor has indicated that he will continue promoting the obtaining of new soils that are intended for this type of housing.

Among the social measures in this area implemented by the Estepona City Council, it is worth highlighting the creation of a Pioneering social fund in adapting homes to residents with limited financial resources, which favors the solution to the problems of health, vulnerability and habitability of those homes of people with economic difficulties. Likewise, the Consistory has an item for social emergency aid to attend to the most vulnerable groups.

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