The landslip next to the A-7 near the Castell de Ferro might have only temporarily inconvenienced traffic but it has done lasting damage to farmers.
The access lane for El Cerval Alto is receiving a few licks of tarmac and the occasional breeze-block bolstering.
A rock slide in the quarry in Río de Miel had locals so concerned that they had a meeting with the Nerja Councillor for the Environment.
The Nerja Councillor for Infrastructure, Antonio García, stated that in the project for the access lane to the future, Nerja fire station has been assigned with a budget of 122,000, and is work is to begin towards the end of the month.
Carmenes del Mar might be slipping down the hill, but that hasn’t stopped the municipal maintenance workers cleaning up its entrance.
Joaquín Mingorance Romero,who is the chairman of the Asociación de Vecinos de Gelibra, (Almuñécar) has made a written complaint to the Town Hall, expressing his rejection of the Council’s response to a request made in September 2011 for the work on the access lane to Gelibra to be completed; i.e., tarmacked, etc.
Locals from Pago de Río Jate and El Cerval are having their access lane tarmacked from end to end (sounds painful, admittedly), according to Rural-Area Coordinator, Francisco Alba. This is thanks to funds from the Junta de Andalucia, belonging to the Encamina2 programme, which also included the tarmacking of the Los Mateos access lane.