The Association of Municipalities of the Western Costa del Sol has unanimously approved on Tuesday the execution of two works for the Comprehensive renovation of sanitation and supply infrastructures andin the urbanizations of Marbella Hacienda Las Chapas and Costabellaactions that will have an investment of more than 6 million euros and an execution period of 8 months, as reported by the public company Acosol, which manages both residential areas.
This has been approved by the assembly of the supramunicipal institution meeting this Tuesday, which is the step prior to the approval by the Local Government Board of the Marbella City Council, which will be the one in charge of Acosol the bidding and execution of these hydraulic works.
Specifically, as reported by Acosol “both actions to improve the supply, sanitation and rainwater infrastructures planned in the area have a total budget close to 6 million euros Y an execution period of 8 months.
As indicated by the public water company, the green light for these projects given today by the Assembly of the Commonwealth represents a further step in the realization by it of “works of vital importance for many urbanizations in Marbella”, remembering that both urbanizations join that of El Rosario, whose works have already been awarded.
This commitment to the normalization of the urbanizations of Marbella “will benefit more than 2,000 neighbors with these two actionswhich is very gratifying for the management of Acosol, which continues to work for and for the improvement in quality and services provided by citizens”, the public company has pointed out.
For her part, the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, highlighted today that the actions for the comprehensive renovation of supply, sanitation and storm water infrastructures in urbanizations El Rosario, Hacienda Las Chapas and Costabella will end in 2023after the unanimous approval of the last two operations in the assembly of the Commonwealth of Municipalities of the Western Costa del Sol held today.
The councilor has underlined that the investment in the three initiatives will exceed 10 million euros“allowing us to offer a better service to the 7,000 residents of this area” and thus respond to a historical demand of the residents in the area.
In this sense, the first mayor has considered “great news” that there has been green light to the interventions in Hacienda Las Chapas and Costabella”, some jobs to which they will be assigned more than 6 million euros, co-financed 50 percent by the Marbella City Council25 percent by the public water company, Acosol, and another 25 percent, as in the case of El Rosario, by the community of owners of both developments.
On the beginning of the works, he has detailed that “in El Rosario is scheduled to start this Julywhile in the two other urbanizations will now be put out to tender by Acosol”.