OVER 1,400 new car parking spaces have been planned across the Costa del Sol.
Drivers in Marbella, San Pedro and Estepona are all set to benefit, with at least 1,426 new spots being built.
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Under Marbella City Council’s Municipal Parking Plan, 826 new spaces will be created, set to cost €500,933.
Those in Marbella are mostly underground, and firms have until July 30 to bid for the contracts.
The chosen developers will then have until December 31 to put forward their plans, including geotechnical and topographical studies.
The new sites include:
Calle Salvador Rueda – 168 spaces
Calle Jose Luis Morales Marin – 187 spaces
Calle Doha – 88 spaces
Plaza de Toros – 210 spaces
Calle Fuente Nueva – 173 spaces
Plaza del Ajedrez – 600 spaces
Estepona’s new parking is centred around Plaza del Ajedrez, where a 15,000 square metre site of 600 spaces is planned.
A final date for completion of the project is unknown, but it is expected to take around 22 months.
This new parking is set to cost just €1 a day, matching the current prices in Plaza Antonia Guerrero.