Foreign investment fund shows interest in amusement park on Costa del Sol
In a significant development, the deputy mayor of Benalmádena, Presi Aguilera, announced yesterday (Friday) that a foreign investment fund is displaying keen interest in the beleaguered Tívoli World amusement park situated on the Costa del Sol.
Aguilera revealed that the Benalmádena town hall is actively engaged in mediating discussions between the prospective investors and Grupo Tremón, the company that currently owns Tívoli World.
The deputy mayor expressed enthusiasm about the prospect of a mutually beneficial agreement that could pave the way for the reopening of the park, which has been shut for three years, leaving the local economy and workforce in a state of uncertainty.
The closure of Tívoli World has not only left the amusement park's future in limbo but has also cast a shadow over the livelihoods of nearly 80 workers. These employees have been hanging in the balance as a protracted legal process unfolds to determine their fate.
Despite the challenging circumstances, these dedicated workers have continued to perform essential maintenance, cleaning, and security tasks, even organizing 24-hour shifts to safeguard the park's facilities against potential looting and squatters.
The newfound interest from the foreign investment fund offers a glimmer of hope to both the park's employees and the wider Benalmádena community, who eagerly anticipate a resolution that could rejuvenate the beloved Tívoli World amusement park and bring economic vitality back to the region.
The town remains cautiously optimistic as negotiations progress, seeking to bridge the gap between a troubled past and a promising future for this cherished local attraction.
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