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The Town Council of Marbella has just incorporated four motorbikes to the Green Patrol fleet for the purposes of continuing to reinforce the service provided to citizens in matters pertaining to diverse environmental regulations.

Today in Plaza de los Naranjos, Councillor Antonio Espada presented the new vehicles which, amongst their characteristics, are of note due to their low fuel consumption, thereby also contributing to respect for the environment.

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The Mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, visited the completed work on the Arroyo Segundo to Arroyo Pozuelo section, as part of the extension eastwards of the Seafront Promenade, at the behest of the Town Council.

After noting that “this is very important work”, the mayor underlined that in Marbella “we have been pioneers in creating a coastal path, a seafront promenade as befits the volume of visitors this town receives, and providing it with all necessary infrastructure”.

To this effect, she further noted that “it is a question of providing the town with somewhere that can be used for exercise, via the creation of a bio-healthy circuit, or simply for strolling in an exceptional location by the shores of the sea”.

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Since it opened in 2009, the Marbella Film Office, part of the Town Council, has attended to more than 450 audio-visual productions, 60 of which were produced last year.
The municipal councillor for Tourism, José Luis Hernández, carried out a review of the activity undertaken by this municipal entity “which has grown year on year and which in 2014 managed to maintain the level of previous years”.

The Marbella Film Office has been responsible for an important economic impact in the town thanks to the direct expenditure of film crews in terms of lodging, catering and services. “Productions managed by the Town Council have meant more than 2.500 people coming to the town with an average of 4 days accommodation”, he underlined.

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The mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz, held a new meeting with the heads of the town’s Local Police in order to discuss a Modernization Plan for this municipal corps.

Councillor Félix Romero announced that despite having increased the number of tourists in 2014, the town registered a 20 per cent reduction in crime rates in relation to the previous financial year.

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The Town Council’s Councillor for Tourism, José Luis Hernández, has carried out an evaluation of 2014, a year he deemed to be “a good touristic year”, which consolidated the trend of earlier years and augurs well for 2015. 

Using data from the Nacional Institute for Statistics (INE), he highlighted an increase in all international markets, apart from the Russian market, and above all national tourism, which gained more weight in Marbella following a few years made complicated by the financial crisis.

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