Ángeles Muñoz announces that the Town Hall will accept urbanizations located on consolidated urban land

/ Monday, 15 September 2014 / Published in News
The Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, announced that the Town Council will, following approval at Local Government Meeting and at this month’s Plenary.
 
Session, take over responsibility for urbanizations located on consolidated urban land. “This is a transcendental agreement that the urbanizations have been clamouring for for years and that we can now proceed with thanks to the normalization of the Town Council and the budgetary stability we have achieved following the chaotic situation we inherited”, stated Muñoz.
 
To this effect, the Town Council will gradually take over the road conservation services including, amongst others, cleaning, lighting and asphalting, for a total of 78 estates on each of which there are an average of between 4 and 5 urbanizations.
 
Muñoz underlined that these activities will begin once the agreement has been approved and that from 2015 there will be specific entries in the budgets to attend to the 400 kilometres of public roads that the urbanizations previously had to maintain themselves. To begin with, next year, the roads in the urbanizations will be accepted and will become public roads, thereby subject to road cleaning, asphalting and paving services. In 2016, the parks and gardens and general public facilities will be admitted and in 2017 the cost of the lighting will be assumed, as it will then be public. Once all the roads, parks, gardens, facilities and lighting have been admitted, the Town Council will dedicate between 18 and 20 million euros per annum for improvement and conservation work, “prioritizing them, as is done with the Neighbourhood Plan”.
The Mayor confirmed that this measure “opens up important opportunities to raise the level of our urbanizations and provide a response to the main demands of same.”
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