The Marbella Town Hall has put into operation in the La Capellania urbanization a new sanitation network and a connection road with Lomas de Virrey, some actions that are part of the municipal commitment to sustainability and mobility and that have had a budget of close to 800,000 euros, as reported on Tuesday by the mayor , Angeles Munoz.
During a visit to the urbanization, accompanied by the Councilor for Works, Diego López, the councilor highlighted that “with this intervention we respond to a demand that the neighbors had transferred us from the area”.
The project, which has had a budget close to 800,000 euros Charged to the investment plan of the concession company Hidralia, it allows the elimination of discharges and contamination from the rainwater collector, at the same time that it enables a new link between the two population centers “avoiding the systematic passage through the highway”.
The councilor has detailed that action has been taken in a area of 6,000 square meterswhere a new sewage network has been built between both areas and the section to the south has been replaced, which was previously unitary and will be used solely for rainwater.
Regarding the road, it has 700 linear meters and a width of 10 meters, including a three meter road for each sense and sidewalks on both sides of two meters each. The intervention has also included the installation of a lighting system with energy efficiency criteria.
“We made a great effort in the last legislature, of which we are seeing the results, and we will continue with the projects that make up the city in the next four years,” said the first mayor, who recalled the improvements in urbanizations such as El Rosario, Costabella or Hacienda Las Chapas, “Where essential works are being developed to update their infrastructures, especially in terms of sustainability where Marbella wants to be a role model.”