Thursday, 9 April 2009

Chiringuito at Bikini Beach to be demolished

Coastal Authority has fined a chiringuito beach restaurant in Estepona 240,000 €, but the local Town Hall is calling for the structure to be demolished. The council says that if the owner of the restaurant does not demolish it himself, they will do so.The chiringuito at Bikini Beach is considered to be guilty of increasing its plot size from 100 to 508 square metres.
The regulations from the Coastal Authority, dependant on the Ministry for the Environment, say that the maximum size for a chiringuito is 400 square metres, with 100 more for a terrace and upto 300 more for sunbeds.Local councillor for beaches, Carmen Ocaña, said the problem at Bikini Beach is that the terrace had reached 500 square metres and that Balinese beds had been used when the licence is for sunbeds.Other chiringuito owners are reported by La Opinión de Málaga to have complained about unfair competition from Bikini Beach and have said the restaurant should be white in colour and not brown.

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