Marbella Town Hall has started renovation work on Plaza Antonio Banderas in Puerto Banús, in order to help to comprehensively update the busy tourist resort.
Councillor, Blanca Fernández, explained that “the square as a whole enjoys a significant aesthetic and monumental quality, so care will need to be taken to maintain its essence.”
Also, the Mayor stated that “the work is necessary, considering that the square has been part of the consolidated urban design of the port since it was built 20 years ago and there has been a degree of deterioration which is also due to the lack of maintenance, especially in the flooring, pergolas, benches and plants.”
The performance will include the renewal of 11,159 square meters of paving and the repair and modernisation of existing pergolas. “Due to the great height of the existing perimeter, we will attach a pergola to the main structure to provide shaded areas and also areas with additional LED lighting,” said Fernández.
The works have a lead time of four months and a budget of over 400,000 euros. The work was awarded to the company Prinza.