Cost Of Floods Will Exceed €100 Million

Cost Of Floods Will Exceed €100 Million – the Junta De Andalucia is now assessing the destruction caused by the recent heavy rainfall

Cost Of Floods Will Exceed €100 Million

The Costa Del Sol was recently hit by horrendous flooding which caused damage to buildings, cars, and cost the lives of two people.  The Junta De Andalucia is now processing evaluations for repair costs which are expected to exceed €100 million.


You can see photographs of the devastation here.

Marbella has submitted it’s damage assessment at €28.5 million.  Estepona will require in the region of €27 million.  Private claims could total more than €25 million.  The agricultural sector and the provincial road network will also need millions to repair the flood damage.


Written by Dave James

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