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Areas General Services Presidency Consell de Formentera to let work continue on sites with permits that predate emergency

Consell de Formentera to let work continue on sites with permits that predate emergency

Under an order issued today by the president’s office and adopted by the Consell de Formentera, the ordinance on noise and vibrations that typically goes into effect 1 May and continues through 15 October will not be enforced. Projects with permits that predate the invocation of emergency orders will be allowed to remain active after 1 May and for the duration of the state of alarm.

“Given the tourist season remains on hold and considering the spirit of the ordinance was to spare visitors nuisances, we have opted to forgo enforcement of the ordinance so long as emergency orders are in place”, explained territory conseller Rafael González, who said the upshot was that, amid the absence of tourists this May, works that are already under way “can continue during this exceptional situation of public health crisis”.

The decree does not affect those projects whose orders to cease activity comes from Madrid—namely, existing buildings where there are individuals not involved in construction.

Enforcement of health protocol designed to limit spread and transmission of Covid-19 on job sites will continue.


28 April 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Presidency

Press Office

971 32 10 87 - Ext: 3181
premsa@conselldeformentera.cat

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