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After a meeting held by the management of the Chipiona City Council with the beach bars and beach bars, preparations for the beaches have been launched for next summer.

It is reported that there will be an upcoming sand bypass, which will be carried out by the Coastal Demarcation from the Dock area to the Cruz del Mar area, as well as the emergency works that are being carried out on the wall of the walk after the significant damage caused by the recent storms. In addition, the regeneration of the sand along the entire coast from Costa Ballena to Regla.

On this same Costa Ballena beach, a new service module will be placed, the wooden walkways will be replaced with concrete ones and, at the expense of the municipal land heritage, the execution of access for people with reduced mobility to all the beaches .

On the other hand, they announced that a new Ordinance is being prepared with the objective of “establishing orderly and balanced criteria so that beaches can have leisure activity and a balance between users and establishments.”

Regarding the issue of beach cleaning, Aparcero pointed out that “last year the removal of the containers right at the end of the walkways worked very well, and there was also less volume of garbage, since some users also used household bags in the beach”. In terms of security, he announced that contracts for lifesaving and maritime rescue are already being carried out.

The Beaches delegate reported that this year the infrastructure placement work is very advanced despite the fact that it has been a complex winter due to the three major storms that have been suffered. “We have been keeping an eye on the issue of sand accumulation all winter to have enough to level it,” he said.

Lorenzo also announced that the change of lighting on Paseo Costa de la Luz will be carried out imminently, which will mean an energy saving of 80% and that the acquisition of 200 linear meters of walkways each year has already been awarded, which which will allow this infrastructure to be improved.

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