THE latest phase in a €3 million plan to improve Marbella’s urbanisations has started in Rio Real.
The council is spending €40,000 to improve accessibility and road safety for residents and users of the area.
The councillor for the sector, Diego Lopez, visited the site and explained that work should take one month to complete.
Lopez added that the work being carried out will improve a 140 metre stretch. Pavements will be improved, kerbs raised better lighting installed and other improvements made.
He also said: “This government team has a clear commitment to the developments in our city, which is why we are going to continue to make progress in improving these residential complexes next year.”
With regard to Rio Real, he pointed out that the work will probably be completed by the end of this year or the beginning of next and recalled that with the Development Plan the City Council intends to solve the inaccessibility of roads, the deteriorated roads, the lack of road safety, the absence of lighting, defective and uneven pavements and the invasion of vegetation on to pavements.