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Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol

first_img September 3, 2014 View post tag: Naval View post tag: europe View post tag: Gran Sol The Spanish Navy’s patrol vessel ‘Tarifa’ yesterday started a journey from Cartagena towards the waters of the Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol to participate in two fisheries inspection campaigns lasting for 40 days. Back to overview,Home naval-today Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol Spanish Navy’s ‘Tarifa’ Sails to Cantabrian Sea and Gran Sol View post tag: Cantabrian Sea View post tag: Sailscenter_img View post tag: Tarifa View post tag: Navy First, it will take part in the “Pelagic” campaign, framed within the JDP EFCA (European Fisheries Control Agency) during which it will monitor, control and conduct inspection of regulated fishery pelagic species (herring, mackerel, horse mackerel, anchovy and blue whiting) in the Bay of Biscay. Portuguese, French and Spanish fishing inspectors will be included in this phase.Then the vessel will engage in the “Quadripartite” campaign in which the patrol member states (Ireland, UK, France and Spain) conduct programs of control, inspection and surveillance in these waters, extending from the Bay of Biscay to the south west of Ireland (Gran Sol). During this second phase, the vessel will have the support of an Irish, English and two Spanish fisheries inspector.The vessel is scheduled to make stops in the port of Cork, Ireland.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 03, 2014; Image: Spanish Navy Authorities View post tag: Spanish Navy View post tag: News by topic Share this articlelast_img read more

Opatija does not want new apartments, but investments in hotels

first_imgAccording to the Novi List, the whole story is stuck on urban plans that stipulate that the project should plan 75 percent of hotel rooms in the area, which investors did not fit into the vision. The implementation of this Decision in relation to the previous amount of tax is estimated to lead to an increase in income from taxes and surtaxes on income of HRK 151.537, point out the city of Opatija. In recent days, there has been news in the media that the City of Opatija has rejected an investment worth 50 million euros by the Maltese company AX Holding, which intended to build a complex for renting accommodation units for the elderly in Ičići, ie a five-star aparthotel and 200 apartments. . “Much has been written lately about the City of Opatija refusing a “valuable” investment of 50 million Euros for an aparthotel in Ičići, on the plateau of the former hospital. One would say at first, so what is it to these people to refuse a commendable investment. In that area, the urban plan voted in the City Council envisages the construction of a hotel. We do not want additional apartments in a valuable area. Investors from Malta have planned about 200 apartments there. This, of course, opens the possibility of selling them because Croatian regulations do not sufficiently regulate this issue. In the end, Ičići would get residential dormitories instead of hotels. We didn’t want to allow that.”Pointed out the first man of Opatija, Ivo Dujmić, and added that in the meantime, the Ičići Local Board requested that the conditions for that location be further tightened. The mayor of Opatija, Ivo Dujmić, points out that they do not want new apartments, but investments that will increase hotel accommodation units. So the whole story got its final epilogue. We should certainly praise the Decision of the City of Opatija, regardless of whether we agreed with it or not, because the strategic development of the destination is crucial, and which is so lacking in our tourism. We need to know what we want and where we see each other in x years. What is our tourist vision and thus the vision of the city’s development. Development by inertia and without strategy has just led us to a situation where the entire city infrastructure is cracking from year to year due to the growth of tourism. According to the guidelines of the GUP, we define the future development of tourist destinations, and according to the GUP, it is clearly defined that Ičići do not want the construction of new apartments, but the day-to-day development of hotel accommodation capacities. Namely, according to the Urban Plan, the construction of exclusively tourist purposes is planned in that area – ie hotels with a minimum of 75 percent of accommodation in rooms and a maximum of 25 percent of apartments, while potential investors proposed an investment of about 200 units of apartment accommodation. Photo: TZ Opatija / Marin Ćuk Vurnek The City of Opatija has made a Decision on the amount of flat tax per bed, accommodation unit in the camp and accommodation unit in the facility for Robinson accommodation. The proposal of the Decision was made after consultations of all local self-government units in Liburnia, where it was agreed that the amount of flat tax per bed will correspond to the amount of sojourn tax for 2019, ie it will amount to a maximum of 345 kuna per bed or accommodation unit. Related news: The highest amount of tax will apply as before to those settlements in the City of Opatija that are classified in A class of tourist places. However, unlike the previous situation, the settlements of Poljana and Oprić, which have so far been in the lowest class of tourist places (D), would be equated with the settlements of Veprinac, Pobri and Dobreć (classified in class C), since there are no major differences between these settlements. would justify a different tax liability. At the same time, the lowest lump sum tax per bed or accommodation unit would in future be applied to the settlement of Vela Učka, which is classified in the C class of tourist places, and this proposal seeks to encourage the development of tourism in the least developed part of Opatija. In the area of ​​Opatija, Ičići, Ika, Veprinac, Dobreć and Pobri there are 947 tenants with 3.788 beds In the end, we should certainly praise and mention that last year an agreement was reached on the joint branding of the Opatija Riviera, so Matulji, Ičići, Mošćenička Draga, Lovran and Opatija are under one brand – the Opatija Riviera. Cover photo: Pixabay.com Flat rate for renters 345 kuna per bed last_img read more