Pula Administration Seeks Resident Opinions on City Beach Management

Lauren Simmonds

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As Morski writes, a public consultation on the management of maritime assets for the year 2022 is underway in Pula, headed by the Pula administration. They explained from this Istrian city that before making decisions on the possible mere implementation of concessions in exchange for concession approvals, a detailed analysis of economic profitability and environmental impact will be performed. A very well-known city location will also be included in the concession.

”The decision to adopt a plan for granting concessions for the year 2022, which is also under public consultation, plans a concession for economic use of maritime assets – the construction and economic use of special purpose ports, including the Bunarina Pula nautical tourism port,” the Pula administration confirmed for local portal Glas Istre (The Voice of Istria).

The local Pula government believes that concessions with clearer and much better criteria are a better and more transparent solution than concession approvals, with deadlines ranging from periods of seven to ten years.

Mayor Filip Zoricic said that the Pula administration will seek clear criteria for the employment plan, that it will respect and preserve the local environment and the overall Mediterranean spirit, provided that the beaches are also properly preserved. Soon, he says, all the details about concessions, areas and costs will be known, and all information will be publicly available and open for comments.

He also said that the system should be reset and placed on the right foundations, which will place special emphasis on preserving the local environment.

The public consultation on the management of Pula’s beaches will be held until November the 28th, and the interested public can send their proposals to the following e-mail address: [email protected].

Interested parties can also find all accompanying documents and any additional information they might require on the city’s website in the e-consultation section.

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