Saturday, March 23, 2013

MALLORCA TODAY - Puerto Pollensa restaurants will pay lower taxes

Following the ruling of the Balearics High Court last month that a restaurant on the pedestrianised frontline in Puerto Pollensa should not be paying taxes to both the Costas Authority and Pollensa town hall for occupation of public land (the street terrace in other words), the town hall will formally adopt this decision next week in eliminating this duplication of taxation. The decision will apply to the Paseos Anglada Camarasa and Voramar (aka the pinewalk). In a further development, the tax levied by the town hall for businesses that fall under its responsibility alone will be reduced by between 5% and 10%.

See more: Diario de Mallorca

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