The City Council of marbella has granted the building license for the construction of a promotion of “public protection housing” in the district of Nueva Andalucía, where 73 buildings worth 5.7 million euros will be built, as announced on Monday by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz.
The councilor has highlighted after the local Government Board, where the permit has gone ahead, that this offer of public housing is added to the 250 announced in San Pedro Alcántaraas well as the properties intended for youth rental in the building of the former Official School of Languages (EOI) of Marbella.
Specifically, Muñoz has detailed that the project includes “73 homes in a multi-family building” in an area attached to another with similar characteristics completed in the past decade, pointing out that it is “a closed block” with a “commercial area”.
Regarding the number of homes, the mayor has highlighted that they contemplate “50 units of 70 meters with two bedrooms, a parking space and a storage room”, whose price has been set at “142,000 euros”, he clarified.
On the other hand, Muñoz has indicated that the promotion of public housing will offer “23 homes of 90 meters with 3 bedrooms, a parking space and a storage room”, whose cost rises to “197,000 euros”; as well as 3 buildings for “people with reduced mobility”.
The “material execution budget amounts to 5,714,000 euros” and a term of execution of “10 months”, has specified the first mayor, who has indicated that the tender that was published last year provided in its initial offer “14 months”, but has underlined that the successful bidder offered to lower 4 the building period.
For this reason, it has been estimated that the promotion will be finished “at the end of this year”, For this reason, it has assessed that the houses may be awarded in a process that will be carried out in parallel with the construction of the properties.
To apply for housing, those interested must register in the “Register of public protection housing” municipal, and they will have to meet the requirements of being “of legal age, not owning any owned home or in possession or enjoyment of it, and that they prove that their income does not exceed 5.5 times the Public Income Indicator of Multiple Effects (IPREM)”, and therefore, “do not exceed 37,500 euros”.
Registration can be done through the Town Hall website, “Downloading all the necessary forms such as the registration application, the applicant’s registration with a responsible declaration that the ownership of other homes is not recorded and the authorization to consult the data in the files of other public administrations”, he has listed.
As detailed by the councilor, the registry currently has “about 1,500 requests”, of which “in the general regime there are about 352, in young people 1,050 and people with reduced mobility up to 1,500 applicants”.