The Estepona City Council has put out to tender the remodeling works on Cardenal Herrera Oria Street, which is located in the surroundings of the Estepona Botanical-Orchid Park. The works included in the project are intended to modernize and transform the existing infrastructures and give continuity to the urban improvement and transformation actions that are being carried out in the city through the ‘Estepona, Garden of the Costa del Sol’ project, which has involved and the renovation and beautification of more than 130 streets, which add up to more than 18 kilometers of roads in the urban nucleus.
The works are scheduled to begin at the end of the year and will include the comprehensive renovation of underground services such as telephony, gas, electrical network and water supply network. In addition, the flooring and furniture will be homogeneously renewed with more efficient elements.
The works have been put out to tender with a budget of 244,892.84 euros and will have an execution period of two and a half months, from the signing of the contract.
This action will allow, as in all the streets where it has already been acted, the elimination of architectural barriers to improve the use for pedestrians and thus give continuity to the adjacent streets, which were also recently renovated. In this sense, the project to be carried out on Cardenal Herrera Oria Street will complement the renovation carried out a few months ago in neighboring streets such as Barcelona, ​​Isaac Albéniz or Valladolid.
On the other hand, an important aesthetic improvement of this street will be carried out and it will be beautified with gardening and the planting of trees, thus achieving the repopulation of this urban area.
The municipal project ‘Estepona, Garden of the Costa del Sol’, launched in 2012, has managed to revitalize and renovate the urban center, creating a sustainable space, more habitable and with a higher quality of life; At the same time, it has had a valuable economic and social impact through the creation of a focus of tourist attraction and the reactivation of the commercial and business fabric of the city.

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