The Marbella Town Hall is reforming the nurseries of Las Chapas and Las Albarizas to improve the facilities and provide them with new specific classrooms for babies adapted to regional regulations, a service that has also been enabled in El Pinar with a budget of more than 85,000 euros, as reported this Thursday by the Councilor for Works, Diego López.
The mayor has visited the works that are being executed in the first center educational and explained that “it is a very necessary action that in the case of Las Chapas has made it possible to increase the area allocated to classrooms and to create a dining room and a multipurpose room”.
In the El Pinar case, López has indicated that “there has also been adapted a space for users between zero and one year, but without needing to do any work. In the Las Chapas nursery school, he has detailed that the intervention is focusing on the covered porch enclosure, which will be transformed into a multipurpose room with an area of almost 18 square meters.
The living room will connect to the dining room“a new space that has been obtained thanks to the redistribution of space, as well as in the expansion of one of the classrooms which will go to younger students.
The facility will have area of more than 41 square meters and will have a maximum capacity for eight children between zero and twelve months. The comprehensive reform includes masonry work, electricity, lighting, plumbing, paintingcarpentry and metal locksmith.
The councilman has pointed out that the works will be completed at the end of August and have had a budget of more than 85,000 eurosrecalling that during the summer “we have been acting in almost all the schools in the city to have them ready for the start of the school year”.
On the other hand, López has detailed that more than 300 interventions have been carried out, a hundreds of maintenance and improvement works and another 200 minor incidents related to taps, lighting or tiling. Likewise, he has advanced that in the coming weeks “some more far-reaching reforms will begin that will last until the end of the year.”