Torrox building works over budget

The two major projects in Torrox financed under the First State Investment Plan, more commonly known as the Plan Zapatero, have both suffered long delays and will ultimately cost around €184,000 more than was anticipated.

More pedestrian crossings

Funds from the second Plan Zapatero totalling €38,000 are to be used to install seven new raised pedestrian crossings throughout the municipality in order to improve road safety and accessibility.

Renovation of avenida Toré Toré in Torre del Mar is finished

Renovation work on avenida Toré Toré in Torre del Mar is now finished with the ‘new avenue’ now boasting 240 parking places, cycle lanes in both directions, a landscaped central reservation and wide pavements to accommodate bar and restaurant terraces.

Couple evacuated from their home in Competa

The construction of the underground car park in Competa has forced the temporary evacuation from their home of a local couple after it was discovered that their house had no foundations.

Ronda and Plan Zapatero

Ronda is set to receive €3.849,000 under the FEIL (plan Zapatero) and €899,000 from the Junta de Andalucia under the Programa de Transición al Empleo (plan Proteja), one of the main projects being the construction of a new sports complex in La Dehesa.

Rincón de la Victoria and the second Plan Zapatero

The Council in Rincón de la Victoria has already finalised a list of the first 17 projects to be carried out under the second Fondo Estatal de Inversión Local (FEIL) – more commonly known as the Plan Zapatero.

More money for Nerja

Nerja will receive €2.3 million under part two of the Plan de Inversión Local, more commonly known as ‘Plan Zapatero’.

Major works in Torrox to start next week

Torrox Council has chosen to use funding available through the so-called Plan Zapatero (Fondo Estatal de Inversión Local) for a mere four projects and now, with the administrative formalities completed, work is scheduled to begin next week.

Let the works begin

Several huge signs have appeared in the town as the Council begins to carry out projects relating to the Fondo Estatal de Inversión Local, or ‘Plan Zapatero’ as it has become known.