The City Council of marbella has approved planning licenses worth more than 14 million eurosas announced on Monday by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, who has highlighted “the interest in developing new land” in the city after the application of the Law to Promote the Sustainability of the Territory of Andalusia (List).
This was highlighted by the councilor at a press conference after the Local Government Boardwhere she has been accompanied by the first deputy mayor of San Pedro AlcántaraXavier Garcia.
Muñoz has detailed that in the local management body the “license for 20 single-family homes in the Samysol area”, for a value that exceeds 4 million euros, as have been approved another 9 for the construction of real estate of this type in the area of Santa Clara Golf for an amount of “more than 7 million euros”.
The Governing Board has also given the green light in Monday’s session to the permit for the construction of “4 single-family homes in the Las Lomas de Marbella Club area with a budget item of more than 3 million euros”, according to Muñoz, who added that the go-ahead has been given for the urbanization works in the Los Monteros Reserve, which has a “favorable report from the Consultative Council”; and in the Villa Parra de las Palomeras service area “with a budget of around 160,000 euros”.
In the population center of San Pedro Alcántara, initially approved “the detailed study” for the implementation of a center of the Aldi brand in the second phase of the Industrial Estatewhich “is going to be a revitalization of the area, in need of this type of equipment”, the mayor has remarked.
On the other hand, he pointed out that the Governing Board has given its approval to “a urbanization project in the southern expansion area de San Pedro” and another with similar characteristics in New Andalusiawhich will mean “improvements in different developments to enhance quality in terms of services”.
In addition, the councilor has pointed out that the approval of these licenses for the construction of new homes “increases the income by the Marbella City Council in concept of the ITax on Constructions, Installations and Works (ICIO), but also new properties that are new companies starting to settle in the town”.
Lastly, Muñoz pointed out that “over the last few years we have been verifying that interest in the development of new land, lor that it means more economic activity, jobs and direct income for the Consistory” with the new lands that are listed as “urban” after applying the Law to Promote the Sustainability of the Territory of Andalusia (List).