The City Council of Estepona has completed the drafting of the project for the comprehensive remodeling of a second section of the promenade, between the roundabout of Avenida España -in front of the San José school- up to the Jacaranda building, and which connects with the coastal corridor of the area of La Punta de la Plata.
The deputy mayor of the Development, Infrastructure and Tourism (FIT) area, Anna Velasco, has declared that once the first section of the promenade has been completed, between Juan Carlos I avenue and Andalucía avenue -in front of the San José school-, the Consistory intends to continue the remodeling of this central and tourist enclave of the city with this new action, which will be in line with the previous section, but with the adaptation or execution of new infrastructures according to the needs of this new area.
The works They will consist of the renovation of the pavement that will follow the same aesthetic line of the section already executed, the supply and sanitation networks will be replaced, and a storm collector will be installed. In addition, the luminaires of the current points of light will be renewed for others with LED light, more respectful of the environment and that will mean significant energy savings.
They will also be made actions in gardening and placement of street furniture, banks, fountains and litter bins, have explained from the City Council in a statement.
As announced by the municipal official, the project already has the approval of the Demarcation of Coasts. In addition, once the administrative bidding process is completed and the work is awarded, the works will begin, which have a budget of 867,990.98 euros and are fully subsidized by the Malaga Provincial Council. These works have a term of execution of four months.
The The objective of the City Council is to continue with the remodeling of the rest of the sections until achieving the total connection of the promenade and its union with the coastal corridor that is connecting the entire municipal area.
In this regard, he highlighted that it has already been possible to connect more than 90% of the coast from Estepona, which is more than 19 kilometers linked by pedestrian paths that enable tourist and leisure use of these spaces by the sea.