TEULADA-MORAIRA bars and restaurants have been reminded to ensure their terraces comply with the regulations guaranteeing footpath accessibility or risk fines of up to €3,000.
Bars and restaurants need to ensure a specific amount of space to allow accessibility not only for pedestrians but also for people in wheelchairs, those with pushchairs and larger groups of people.
Councillor Raul Llobell explained back in May that chairs and tables would have to be moved back if the footpath space was not consistent with the municipal regulations and any establishment now found to be breaking the byelaw will face a fine of up to €3,000.
The municipality has intensified its monitoring of establishments in recent weeks and repeat offenders will lose their terrace licenses.
Llobell reminds residents and visitors of ACE (Atencion Ciudadana Expres), the service provider responsible for public roads.
Complaints can be made to ACE by calling 900 504 000, WhatsApp 646 635 571 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.