Much-needed remodelling project begins

CREDIT: Ayuntamiento de Torre del Mar

Remodelling of the car park in Calle Duque de Ahumada, Torre del Mar began this week.
The €48,000 project is expected to take a month and a half and will involve replacing the existing pavement “which is very deteriorated due to its age”.
Councillor Juan García, said the existing pavement in the car park “is very deteriorated due to its age”.
He added the works will also include new planters and renewed curbs, pointing out the scheme is “a necessity not only for residents but also for the parents of pupils at the education centre in the area”.

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