The Provincial Council approves the redevelopment projects in Nerja.
Sewerage, rainwater, drinking water supply, power supply, street lighting, telecommunications utilities, road access, and pavements will all be renovated and constructed as a result of these actions in Nerja’s streets.
The Governing Board of the Diputación de Malaga has approved the redevelopment projects of Calle Córdoba and a section of Calle Zuloaga in Nerja between the intersections of Calle Picasso and Calle Carlos Millón, as well as a grant of €300,000 to help with their execution, as part of the regional entity’s Municipal Economic Revitalisation Plan 2020.
The mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, has expressed his satisfaction with the news, stressing that “once the projects and subsidies have been approved, we are going to give them the necessary impetus by initiating their processing, for which we will approve the corresponding contracting dossiers and the specifications that will allow us to tender and award the works”. The councillor also informed that the works are expected to be undertaken after the end of the summer season.
Both projects will be co-funded by the Diputación and the Municipality of Nerja. The overall budget for the redevelopment of Calle Córdoba is €245,899, with €200,000 coming from the regional government and the remaining €45,899 coming from local funds. The budget for Calle Zuloaga is €113,218, with €100,000 coming from the Provincial Council and €13,218 from the town hall. The costs for project drafting, works management, and health and safety coordination are all paid by the Consistory in both cases.
As reported by Axarquia Plus