Council support for Costa Almeria hospitality sector with approvals for Cuevas del Almanzora bars and restaurants to expand terrace space

CUEVAS del Almanzora council is allowing bars, cafes and restaurants to extend their terraces onto greater areas of public space as part of the administration’s strategy of trying to reactivate the local economy and support businesses. Establishments hoping to gain more space for tables outdoors have to put in a request to the local authority so the application can be assessed and for Local Police to check the extension would not be incompatible with issues like safety and circulation. The terrace extension permissions are aimed at making it easier for establishments to comply with coronavirus prevention health and safety regulations on distances between tables and limitations on the maximum numbers of customers. Cuevas council has also approved exemption from municipal taxes for tables and chairs occupying public spaces for the whole of this year.

CUEVAS DEL ALMANZORA Council is allowing bars, cafes and restaurants to extend their terraces onto greater areas of public space as part of the administration’s strategy of trying to reactivate the local economy and support businesses.
Establishments hoping to gain more space for tables outdoors have to put in a request to the local authority so the application can be assessed and for Local Police to check the extension would not be incompatible with issues like safety and circulation.
The terrace extension permissions are aimed at making it easier for establishments to comply with coronavirus prevention health and safety regulations on distances between tables and limitations on the maximum numbers of customers.
Cuevas Council has also approved exemption from municipal taxes for tables and chairs occupying public spaces for the whole of this year.
 

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Cathy Elelman

Cathy Elelman is the local writer for the Costa de Almeria edition of the Euro Weekly News.

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