The City Council of is preparing twenty schools and nurseries of Marbella, Nueva Andalucía and Las Chapas for the start of the school year, with more than a hundred works of maintenance and improvement, as announced this Friday by the councilor of the branch, Diego López.
The mayor has emphasized that “once again took advantage of the summer break to intensify interventions that especially affect interior spaces” and has stressed that “we continue to bet on the renovation and update of the equipment education of the city.
Lopez has indicated that the schedule of performances started at the end of June in the CEIP Miguel de Cervantes and that will last until the last week of august acting in an average of one or two weekly equipment. “September, until the return of the students, will be reserved for the revision of works”, he explained.
Among other interventions, the mayor highlighted the execution of a new access to the Las Albarizas school from José Manuel Vallés avenue, “a work highly demanded by the educational community of the center to help integrate it into the urban life of the city”. These works, which will be carried out in the second week of August and will last approximately 15 days, also include the placement of a new fence to prevent external access.
Likewise, he referred to rehabilitation of the facade of the Antonio Machado school, “where work is being done not only on painting but also on the repair of downspouts and humidity”. The intervention also includes incorporation of the guttering of the petril of the roof to protect the facade in the future and the removal of bars. So far, action has also been taken at the Vargas Llosa, Vicente Aleixandre, Los Olivos, Santa Teresa centers and at the Las Albarizas and Las Chapas nurseries, where a renovation of the center is being undertaken to adjust it to the new regulations.