After having started the political year with the approval of works to the central Avenida Alcalde Clemente Díaz - possibly the largest project of this legislature - the council in Fuengirola has announced that a further three major streets in the town will undergo renovation works.
This October, improvement works will begin on Calle Cáceres, Calle Granada and Calle Miguel Ángel, all on the western side of the town centre.
According to SUR sources, these works will cost a total of 600,000 euros and will include the installation and renovation of drainage and mains water pipes, telephone lines, mains electricity, street lighting and road signs. Each project has a different time scale set, varying from 28 to 35 days.
The town's mayor, Ana Mula, said that this was a "significant" investment and that it would be key to improving the "quality of life of residents in the area".
"Accessibility, the road surfacing, the lighting [will all be improved]," she said. "We expect everyone here to be pleased with the improvements."