The Marbella City Council has extended the deadline for applications for aid for the rehabilitation of buildings and homes in the urban renewal area of ​​Las Albarizas, which will remain active until June 17as announced on Monday by the municipal spokesman, Félix Romero.

The mayor has reported after the Local Government Board of this change in the term of the program promoted by the Board and the City Council “to improve the quality of life of the residents of the area”, which has a budget of 1.1 million euros.

Romero recalled that the initiative is intended to finance 80 percent of the investmentup to a maximum of 13,000 euros per property, for conservation-related improvements (foundations, installations, roofs or roofs); safety and accessibility (elevators, stairlifts, ramps or other devices) and energy efficiency and sustainability (thermal envelope, renewable equipment, LED lighting, sanitation or water saving), among others.

Specifically, it has detailed that they will be able to benefit from the subsidies residents of Jacaranda, Magnolio, Tamarindo, Encina, Abeto and Avenida General López Domínguez streets and that those interested in obtaining more information can contact the City Hall by phone 952 76 87 28from the email, in person at the municipal offices of C/Antonio de Nebrija nº2 or at the Centro Cívico Ana Ortega in C/Presbiterio Juan Anaya, or at procedures/detail/24131.html.

In today’s session, the recent approval by the Andalusian Government of the ptourist lan from large cities in Andalusia to Marbella, which includes 16 initiatives with a investment of ten million euros co-financed between the Board and the City Council, “to promote the city’s offer in sectors such as the environment, culture, innovation, accessibility and promotion”. At this point, the councilor has emphasized that 4 million euros will be allocated to improvements to the beaches, “either through equipment or the enhancement of resources.”

Likewise, on the occasion of the next celebration of the San Bernabé Fair 2022which will take place from June 7 to 12, has been agreed based on article 23 of decree 155/2018 of July 31 of Andalusian Public Shows extend opening and closing hours by two hours of the locals during the celebration around the Patron.

Finally, the green light has been given to the environmental qualification licenses for two new hotel establishments of the Rhone Group in the Old Town of Marbella, “proof of the dynamism and success of our city”. “Are two small boutique hotels who come to reactivate the tourist offer in this area and add new experiences to our destination”, has valued the mayor, who has also reported that eight building licenses have been granted for an amount of three million euros. “It confirms the evolution that we have been experiencing with an average weekly investment of 2.5 million euros that is injected into the city”, he added.

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