The Mayor of Nerja, José Alberto Armijo, has officially signed off on the works in calle Antonio Millón, a project which cost €267,000 and was financed through Urbanismo Comercial funds.
I don’t know about anyone else, but for me the ‘new’ calle Antonio Millón looks a bit ‘drab’ with everything the same grey colour and even a bit ‘tatty’ already at times.
Work is currently being carried out in calle Antonio Millón to plant and stabilise trees in the ornamental boxes now lining the street. The works in the area are getting very close to completion, which will be good news for both the businesses and residents in the neighbourhood.
The street has been paved, the lamps are in place and the flower beds are ready for the planting of suitable blooms. Almost complete by the looks of it.
The works in calle Antonio Millón are getting a bit closer to being finished now, with a large area now open for public use. The large holes, presumably for trees, have, in the meantime, been used by local revellers as impromptu rubbish bins.
The roadworks in calle Antonio Millón are still not quite finished but they are getting there, albeit slowly.
The roadworks continue, the actual surface being prepared and paved at the moment. The project has so far taken 15 weeks.
The inlays are taking shape in calle Antonio Millón, presumably for the planting of new trees.
Twelve weeks into the reurbanisation of calle Antonio Millón and there is still a fair way to go yet, holes appearing and disappearing almost daily.
It is all flat again on calle Antonio Millón as the renovation works continue.