The Marbella Town Hall has completed a action plan for the remodeling of Puerto Banúswith outstanding works mainly in steelwork and lighting in a total area of 2,000 square meters, as reported on Tuesday by the Councilor for Works, Diego López.
The mayor has pointed out that “by being completed on these dates, we guarantee a timely best image of the main tourist area of the municipality, in addition to advance accessibility of the environment”.
“With the arrival of summer it was a priority that they were changed all loose and split tiles or the deteriorated marble borders”, has indicated the mayor, who has stated that the work carried out has consisted primarily of the complete remodeling of sidewalksadapting them to the accessibility regulations in pedestrian areas, in addition to the repair and expansion of the pits, also providing public lighting in the points where they did not exist.
Lopez has stated that one of the streets in which it has acted has been Granadosin which the pavement has been returned to its original state and a pedestrian crossing has been enabled so that pedestrians heading to the central area of Puerto Banús from the highway could cross from Teniente Riera to this road with greater safety. Actions have also been undertaken in Francisco Villalón, Ramón Areces, and in the United Nations, Julio Iglesias, José Banús and Rotary International avenues.
“The jobs have lasted for more than seven months”, pointed out the councilor, who has specified that the plan has included the demolition of a kiosk that was in the Antonio Banderas square“a claim that the neighbors had requested, who warned us that being unused, it could be occupied irregularly.”
Also, it has been adaptation of 70 pits, replacement of seven palm trees and the placement of 18 lampposts. “The City Council will continue to work on maintenance microactions to correct punctual deterioration on the pavement, curbs, manholes or in any other element of the urban environment”, he detailed.