The Town Hall of Marbella and the Junta de Andalucía have initiated the actions to carry out the geotechnical and feasibility studies for the creation of the public car park, which will have a capacity between 800 and 1,000 seats in the Albergue África, according to what the mayoress, Ángeles Muñoz, has advanced this Tuesday.
This was highlighted by the councilor after holding a meeting at the Inturjoven facility with the Vice Minister of Social Inclusion, Youth, Families and Equality, José Repiso, where she has been accompanied by the councilors of Works, Diego López, and Traffic and Transport, Enrique Rodríguez.
“When from this government team we say that we are going to carry out a necessary infrastructure for the city, we work to make it a reality”, reaffirmed the councilor, who pointed out that it is a initiative that “we have been requesting for a long time and it has been with this Andalusian Executive, very sensitive to the interests of Marbella, with which we are achieving it”.
In this sense, the first mayor has specified that “This Friday we will receive authorization to start the tastings and see the formation of the subsoil in order to set the number of floors and squares and be able to commission the construction project”.
“We cannot be more satisfied with the contacts we had, firstly with the Minister, then with the Andalusian Government delegate in Malaga and now with the Deputy Minister”, pointed out Muñoz, who stressed that “invest in car parks It is not only a priority, it is also an obligation”.
For its part, Repiso, which has pointed to Marbella as an “example of collaboration”, recalled that “we have been working in recent weeks on several meetings to determine the assignment and joint use of the current slopes of the Albergue África as a car park and also as leisure and sports infrastructures”.
“We are interested in buildings having life and the parking will benefit the neighbors, users and workers of Inturjoven Marbella together with the facilities also projected”, indicated the vice-councillor, who was accompanied by the provincial delegate of the branch, Ruth Sarabia.
Finally, he has detailed that right now “we are seeing how to do this procedure and we are going to start with the most basic, with a geotechnical and feasibility study to make the needs of citizens and these facilities compatible”.