Remodelling Estepona’s streets 

Reckless Manslaughter: Wild British Man Dies in Estepona Credit: Shutterstock

ESTEPONA council is spending €36,295 to draft plans for remodelling 11 streets in the town. 

As part of the ‘Estepona, Garden of the Costa del Sol’ project is aimed at promoting the economic and social development of the urban centre of the town, making it one of the main tourist attractions. The initiative has already seen 120 streets remodelled. 

The latest phase of the project will see calles Belen, Cristo del Perdon, San Juan, Valladolid, Barcelona, Goya, Granada, Isaac Albeniz, Castañuela, Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente and Lope de Vega refurbished, with works covering a total of 10,409 sqm. 

 The drafting of the project, management of the works and coordination health and safety of the work has been awarded to Tecnicas Gades S.L with a budget of €36,295. 

Once this phase is concluded, the execution of the works will be tendered, which will consist of repaving and installing new street furniture, as well as the rearrangement of spaces to remove architectural barriers. 

Planting of gardens and trees will also be done, as well as the comprehensive renovation of the sewage network, water supply, street lighting and natural gas distribution. 

 The works will be co-financed with the operational programme of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), with the Town Council contributing 20 per cent of the cost of the project. 

So far more than €10 million has been spent on remodelling Estepona’s streets. 

Author badge placeholder
Written by

Dilip Kuner

Share your story with us by emailing, by calling +34 951 38 61 61 or by messaging our Facebook page