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Cambrils approves a post-Covid protocol for public roads

The government of the City Council of Cambrils has approved a post-Covid protocol to regulate the occupation of public roads and adapt it to the current situation. This will mean the transition to a new ordinance for the occupation of the public thoroughfare of terraces of bars and restaurants, which foresees small changes from a social perspective that improves the general aesthetics of the common space for the benefit of the city and the coexistence of different uses.

The councilor for Urbanism and Activities, Enric Daza, has assured that these regulations will not imply an increase in taxes and has affirmed that the objective is to limit and order the space to attend to the requests of the restaurant and commercial sector, i now guarantee the zones per a vianants.

The councilor has explained that the protocol responds to an increase in the needs of profiting from the public domain, keeping in mind that each time there is more preference per country to the open air to the detriment of the interiors and in this new scenario the terraces are have the maximum protagonism.

It also included recommendations from the Local Police in terms of security, thinking about the transformation of tourist and commercial spaces with the Rambla Jaume I. “It is an innovative step to satisfy new needs and improve the image of the municipality”, the councilor concluded.

The main novelty is the possibility of increasing the area of ​​the final occupation to the totality of the adjoining façana, provided that the adjacent local is tancat. Furthermore, in the case of the terraces located in the Illes de Viants, with the single-platform streets, it is also possible to occupy the davant façana in the event that the local estigui sense activitat.

With fins ara, the furniture (tendals, parasols, taules, cadires, towers or planters) will have to adjust the expected models to offer an attractive image, endreçada and of qualitat dels pais comuns.

  • Cambrils
  • Cambrils Town Hall
  • covid
  • town planning

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