Calle Cordoba in Malaga’s Nerja reopens visitors after refurbishment work


With the completion of refurbishment work, Calle Cordoba within the Malaga municipality of Nerja is open to visitors once more.

As introduced this Friday, June 24, by Francisco Arce, the primary deputy mayor of Nerja City Council, Calle Cordoba has been reopened to visitors. He revealed this information throughout a go to to the road to see in situ the redevelopment works which have been carried out within the Malaga municipality.

“Calle Cordoba has gained in picture and luxury with these works. The pavements that have been in poor situation have been renewed, and the infrastructure changed with new ones, providing the residents a road in ample circumstances”, Arce highlighted. 

He defined that the works have enabled the road to be geared up with new underground containers. The automotive park has additionally been rearranged, with area for 30 automobiles, together with an space for the disabled.

Lastly, he careworn that “with this work, we have now accomplished the redevelopment of this residential space of ​​the municipality, between Calle Maria de Waard and Calle Andalucia”.

This venture, with an funding of €199,120.77, co-financed by the City Council and the Provincial Council, is a part of the Extraordinary Municipal Infrastructure and Gear Plan for the Promotion of Native Employment. 


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