Mijas Town Hall has all the favorable sector reports to carry out the two access bridges to the ‘Great Park of the Costa del Sol’, which will be located in the area of ​​El Ahogadero and will have almost 350,000 square meters of expansion, and whose works are expected to be put out to tender this year, as announced on Thursday by the mayor, Josele González.

This has been highlighted by the councilor in an appearance in which he has been accompanied by the first deputy mayor and councilor for Infrastructure and Works, José Carlos Martín and the mayor of Urbanism, Andrés Ruiz.

González declared that today the Consistory has received “the Approval to start the work of modifying the wording of the project and the future construction of two bridges, which have been talked about for years and which are fundamental for the connections of Las Lagunas”.

Specifically, he has detailed that “it is the future bridge that would connect from Andalucía avenue to practically the part of the cemeteryand whose project we are going to adapt to respect the archaeological site that we have in the area and that we want to continue valuing for its rich historical heritage not only for our municipality but for the entire province of Malaga”.

On the other hand, the mayor has indicated that it is projected “a second bridge that would pass through the vicinity of the Venta de la Morena, and that would connect with those long-awaited works also on the Camino de Campanales”.

For his part, Martín has highlighted the hard work behind this milestone that after six years of travel finally sees the light and obtains all the approval to carry it out, recalling that “in 2017 we wrote the park and the bridges, that a year later we had to separate into two different projects because the second needed a unified environmental authorization that would delay the execution of the large green area.

For this reason, he has indicated that from the Consistory “alreadyWe are in a position to tender a first phasewhich are the works of the Great Park during this year, to which these two infrastructures will be added later once we adapt the bridge project to the option that Culture has chosen of the four that we offered to save the site”.

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