The Local Government Board of the Marbella City Council has given today green light for a dozen urban planning licenses for projects in the municipality that will represent a total investment of 58.8 million euros and the construction of 131 homes, as announced on Monday by the Councilor for Territorial Planning, María Francisca Caracuel.

The mayor has emphasized that “these figures continue to value the strength and dynamism of Marbella in the real estate market” and underlined that “the planning development and permitting They continue to maintain a steady pace.”

Specifically, as detailed by Caracuel, who has been accompanied by the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero, Two authorizations have been approved for two promotions of 64 homes in the areas of El Barronal and El Ancón with budgets of 30 and 24 million euros, respectively; as well as for three single-family properties in Aloha, Nueva Andalucía and Linda Vistawith an average cost per unit of one million euros, and 7 minor concessions amounting to 1.8 million euros.

“There is still a strong housing demand which generates important economic activity and creates employment”, Caracuel has valued, who has recalled that the urban development “continues to be carried out based on the General Plan of 1986 with very sustainable growth. At this point, he has remarked that “there are no increases in buildability or modifying land to reach the number of homes because we continue to maintain that Marbella cannot sacrifice quality for quantity”.

In the same matter, a new procedure has been agreed to finalize the partial management plan of a total sector area of ​​565,000 square meters in the Río Real second phase area, of which 249,365 square meters will be for public use “whether it is teaching, social, sports, road network or green areas”. In residential land, 70,102 square meters of building space and a total of 475 single-family homes and Mediterranean towns are planned.

The councilor has indicated that this file already has the initial and provisional approvals and has reported that the review of the sectoral reports is pending for their definitive approval. “It is a very important project both for the extension of the land and for its development”, he has valued, while pointing out that “We hope to have the procedure completed in the coming months.”

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