Marbella’s Town Hall reports that a new set of street signsidentifying all municipal landmarks is in its final phase of execution.

The Councillor forPublic Roads, José Eduardo Díaz, elaborated that "this municipal initiative is intended to indicate to both pedestrians and vehicles where emblematic buildings, hotels, car parks, as well as shopping areas such as Marbella’s and San Pedro de Alcántara’s Open Centres are located.

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Town Hall and Russia´s Honorary Consulate in Andalusia signed an agreement to open an office in Marbella, in order to facilitate the processing of documents and to serve the residents of this nation.

The City Councillor for Tourism and Foreigners, José Luis Hernández, and the Russian Honorary Consul in Andalusia, María Esther Morell, stated that this office would also serve to "strengthen social, cultural, and economic ties between the two countries".
Practically all kinds of services, including passport renewal or the issuance of certificates may be carried out at the office, which is now open in the Palacio de Ferias y Congresos Adolfo Suárez, on Mondays from 10.00 am to 16.00 pm.

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Marbella’s Mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, reiterated the City’s commitment to urbanisations with the upgrading of 85 roads in an area of more than 210,000 square meters as part of its Asphalting Programme, this year focusing on urbanisations lying inside City limits, by allotting more than 60% of its 3.5 million euros total budget to their improvement.

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The Costa del Sol’s first gourmet market is born: serving the public with a space of 1,000 square meters, 250 meters from the heart of Puerto Banús, easily accessed and with ample parking, in the area of La Alzambra.

With an investment of around half a million euros, the project, called Ambrosia, is presented as "an evolution of our forgotten village squares and traditional central markets, into a market of culinary art that combines three features: the on-site tasting of natural or prepared products, the selling of food and drinks for daily or occasional consumption, as well as delicatessen of national and international origin, plus the organising of special events».

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City Council has given the green light to a proposed organisational regulation for the creation of the Marbella Tourism Board, which will be brought to plenary, "with the aim of planning strategies that stimulate this important economic sector of the city", according to what was announced.

The municipal spokesperson specified, "This Board seeks to combine private and public initiative by stimulating management and tourism promotion, and by developing and planning strategies among the City’s different tourism oriented sectors through this consultative, participatory and advisory entity".

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