The Town Hall of Marbella has undertaken the work for the creation of a parking in an area of 1,200 square meters next to the Santa Maria de Las Chapas Stadiumwith the capacity to house 46 vehicles, as reported this Wednesday by the mayor of Works, Diego López.
The Marbella councilor highlighted during his visit to the works that “in barely four months we have increased by almost 300 places of parking in this district” and has stated that the intervention “responds to the need to clean up, pave and prepare the parking lots in a dirt plot where between 15 and 25 cars were usually parked irregularly and without any order”.
The mayor, who has been accompanied by the district councillor, Carlos Alcalá, has indicated that “they are also creek jobs and, above all, performances for safeguard and value all trees that are found in this natural setting”.
“It was very important to be able to improve this area because being a bit remote and dark, in a certain way there were those who took advantage of it to be a uncontrolled dumpwhich caused the cleaning services they had to go constantly to remove all the materials that were being deposited on the land or attached to the stream”, López detailed.
The councilor has highlighted the “intense municipal activity to improve the quality of life of residents in Las Chapas”, adding these parking spaces to those authorized recently next to the Bahía’s Park rugby field or the new plazas of parking in Lunamar.
Two month lead time
In the case of the Santa María Stadium, the work, with a two month lead time and in charge of the conservation plan for urbanizations and promenades and accesses to the beaches, it has begun clearing 850 square meters of bushes, followed by cleaning up the entire area.
All electrical conduits will also be laid, the land will be leveled and paved, and three columns of light and all the necessary horizontal and vertical signage. The action includes cleaning up the access area to the Santa María fields, with the provision of 250 meters of new curbs.
With this new car park, the City Council “continues with the purpose of modernize and value the entire area of Las Chapas”, as stressed by López, who recalled that “to this must be added the work being carried out in the connecting footbridge with Mijas, the petanque courts in Ericks Plant with a cover so that this sport can be practiced when the temperature is much higher or a new alternative of spaces that we have recently inaugurated so that older people can enjoy different sports disciplines”.
For his part, Alcalá stressed that the new parking lot for the Santa María stadium “was a much-needed work, since it was a important neighborhood demand to which we have complied.” In addition, he has indicated that this intervention “comes accompanied by a Comprehensive cleaning that we have carried out days ago in the La Víbora streamsomething essential especially when the rainy season arrives, and that extends to the rest of the streams in the district thanks to the contracting that we have carried out for four years”.