from Polaris World Magazine Autumn 2004.
Polaris World hands over the keys of the first homes at the
Mar Menor Golf Resort complex
Polaris World customers have begun to enjoy the benefits of
their new homes at the Mar Menor Golf Resort complex, the
keys to the first being handed over last July. Honoring its
agreed deadlines, Polaris World commenced with the handover,
thereby enabling some of the property
owners to move into their new homes sooner than expected.
To ensure that our customers’ arrival at the resort
was as smooth and comfortable as possible, our company handed
the new homes over totally clean and ready to be lived in.
One of the other factors that differentiates the resort is
the fact that the homes all have their own gardens complete
with plants and lawns from the word go and that these are
kept green and healthy all year round thanks to a drip irrigation
One of the jobs of the Polaris Garden Department is to nurse
the different species of trees and shrubs until they are mature
enough to be planted out around the resort, thereby ensuring
that once they have been put in the ground they are already
large and established enough to give the impression that they
have always been there. In this way, the residents of the
resort do not have to wait for the trees and plants to grow
and instead find themselves surrounded by abundant vegetation
from day one.
The keys to the first homes are handed
out at the Mar Menor Golf Resort
Our customers move in and find their
new homes clean from top to bottom and complete with well
On July 15 of this year Polaris World began to hand over the
keys of the homes built during the first phase of the Mar
Menor Golf Resort complex.
Our company has honoured its promised handover deadlines to
the letter, and in some cases it has even brought dates forward
in accordance with commitments made with certain customers
so that many of them are going to be able to begin to enjoy
their new homes sooner than originally expected. And they
will do so with the added bonus of finding their homes completely
clean and ready to be lived in and surrounded by gardens that
are both established and totally finished.
The first phase of the residential complex built by Polaris
World covers a surface area of 700,000 square metres and is
located in the township of Torre Pacheco and only five minutes
away from the Mar Menor. This is a privileged situation from
which to enjoy the beaches and is only 30 minutes away from
Alicante International Airport.
The area in which the complex is situated is private and the
residential development itself is fenced in and under surveillance
24 hours a day. With its wide avenues and streets and numerous
parks and green spaces, the Mar Menor Golf Resort, like all
of the resorts designed and built by Polaris World, offers
its customers a whole host of services.
Among the outstanding facilities that form part of this residential
complex are a social centre with its own restaurant, cafeteria
and bars, shopping areas and a business centre. The Mar Menor
Golf Resort will also have its own sports centre housing a
gym and golf school as well as outdoor and indoor swimming
pools. The residential complex will also include a luxury
five-star hotel with 64 rooms.
Notable progress being made in the construction of the Mar
Menor Golf Resort
The street lighting and signposting of the first phase is
now completely finished.
The work involved in building the Mar Menor Golf Resort complex
has seen significant progress over the last few months, details
of which are contained in a report prepared by our Control
Department. First and foremost, the good news is that the
structural work on the project’s residential buildings,
some 745 in total, is now 100 percent complete, and our company
has begun to hand over the keys of the first of these to their
owners. Likewise, notable progress has been made as regards
the landscape gardening of the green areas and on the work
on the squares and fountains that form part of the complex’s
Work on the Mar Menor project started in June 2003 and these
last few months have seen the finishing touches, which have
been carried out in three distinct phases, being put to the
On the one hand, during the first phase the exteriors of all
the homes were painted, thereby giving the complex a finished
feel. At the same time, the jobs normally associated with
the completion of a building, such as putting the finishing
touches to the kitchens and the interiors of the homes and
checking the electrical connections, were carried out.
The second phase involves the cladding of the homes once the
bricklaying work has been completed. This stage of the process
includes the plastering and/or tiling of walls and the laying
of floors, as well as wiring and plumbing in the homes.
Finally, by the third phase structural work on the homes has
been totally completed, as have all auxiliary tasks such as
any additional bricklaying, the building of enclosure and
partition walls, and tiling the roofs. The tasks that go to
make up this phase involve putting the finishing touches to
the homes and the installation of services.
Alongside the great strides made over the last few months
that have seen the completion of the Mar Menor Golf Resort
homes, mention must also be made of the progress as regards
work on the infrastructure of the residential complex, which
includes street and outdoor lighting, road surfacing and signposting,
such as road markings and road signs. At the same time, the
construction of the communal buildings, such as the hotel
and the social club, has progressed apace.