The Marbella City Council is undertaking different performances on Gustavo Adolfo avenue Bécquer within the framework of the revitalization works that are being carried out in Nueva Andalucía and the renovation of planters and improvement of lightingas reported this Wednesday by the councilor of the branch, Diego López.
This has been pointed out by the mayor in a visit he has made to the area, where he has been accompanied by the district councilor, Cristóbal Garre, highlighting that the road “It is one of the most important arteriess and with more traffic in the district because the health center, the José Banús public school and the Virgen Madre parish are located there, so it was necessary renew the planters with the aim of beautifying the environment”.
López has specified that the intervention “is going to improve the condition of thirty planters thanks to the installation of 1,000 meters of automatic irrigation and 860 meters of drip that will allow the planting of flowers and shrubby plants that can be maintained throughout the year and will guarantee sustainability, since only 5% will be seasonal”.
In addition, it has detailed that “the aesthetics will be in line with that of the Ashmawi roundabout because similar decorative elements are being used”, just as they are going to repair and paint 24 street lamps to optimize the lighting of the vial and the deteriorated pits will be refurbished.
Finally, the municipal official has indicated that the actions “are works that are added to those that we have been developing for some time to value the area, giving response to the demands that the neighbors transfer to us”.
For his part, the district councilor, Cristóbal Garre, expressed his satisfaction “for the agility with which the Works delegation is attending to the needs that the residents of Nueva Andalucía present to us” and has highlighted that the Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer avenue project “is going to be a energy savings by opting for LED lights and the irrigation system It will also provide greater efficiency.”