The City Councillor for Trade and Public Roads, José Eduardo Díaz, stated that "the economic recovery the City is experiencing, results in the creation of employment", and is proven by the current processing of 236 applications for new business opening licences.
The councillor pointed out that the Government team "launched a series of fiscal measures, including those commencing at the start 2015, resulting in zero cost for obtaining the new business opening license, which encourages Marbella’s commercial activity and represents one more incentive for entrepreneurs".
Diaz pointed out "Out of 236 applications for new business opening licences that we have pending, 96 are changes in ownership (businesses that change owner or that change their activity), 100 correspond to “responsible declarations”, and 40 to the liberal professions".
The Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, visited the new public facilities of Francisco Norte with a new square and sports facilities in the heart of Marbella.
Munoz, who was accompanied by footballer Sergio Ramos, thanked his "business commitment to this important Marbella project" reminding everyone that "the Government team managed to unblock a legally very complex situation, retrieving a parcel of 10,000 square meters for the City, which accommodates a large recreation area".
Marbella’s Mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, announced that this year the beaches of Marbella will receive an addition of at least 70,000 cubic meters of sand "to face with greater guarantees both the tourist peak season and Holy Week".
The Mayor detailed that the actions "will be from San Pedro Alcántara to Cabopino, and that these additions will almost triple last year’s cubic meters of sand".
The most urgent work will take place before Easter, like the clearing of the beaches of San Pedro Alcántara, which in addition will pave the way to receive the dredged sand from the waters of Puerto Banus.