The mayor of Manilva, Mario Jiménez, and the mayor of Infrastructure and Works, Diego José Jiménez, have appeared on the Sabinillas promenade to check on the progress of the second phase works, which began last week.
It should be remembered that the works are carried out in three phases, the first completed, which includes the remodeling of the street that accesses Neptuno square from Duquesa de Arcos street and Costa del Sol square.
The second phase affects a section of about 350 of the promenade, paralyzed before the summer and that has now been resumed; and the third phase of the project, whose adjudication has been abandoned due to price inflation in the construction sector, for which a modification of the project must be carried out by the technical services of the Provincial Council of Malaga, to adapt it to the reality of costs and resubmit it to public tender.
Municipal officials regret this reality, which is affecting innumerable works, since the rise in energy and material prices is putting a good part of the country’s construction companies in trouble, as reported by the National Confederation of the construction.
In addition, from the City Council it is very clear that the works will be undertaken when possible, with absolute priority being given to businessmen who have their businesses on the seafront and the public, as it is of general interest.
Although it is already being reported, the Government Team plans to hold a meeting with the merchants to offer all the details and learn about their concerns and questions, and that they continue to be participants in municipal decisions.