Treasury. Taxes on property, on-street parking, sewerage and terraces will all be updated to tackle the climate emergency and the intensive use of public space.
Full Council. The money raised once this Catalan tax is adjusted will be managed by the City Council and invested in the neighbourhoods.
Tourism. Meeting with economic and social bodies to define strategies for consolidating the development of the city.
Mobility and transport. The city police (GUB) are stepping up inspections of these vehicles, three quarters of which do not comply with the regulations.
Municipal mediation for resolving disputes between local residents and owners of legal tourist flats
Housing. Sound and parties are the main reasons for complaints from residents’ communities.
183 inspections carried out in Eixample, Gràcia and Horta-Guinardó detected as many as 40% of shops failing to comply with the regulations.
Urban planning. The 4.6 million euros corresponding to the tax on constructions, installations and building work and the fee for the building permit has now been paid.
Tourist flats. The signatory municipalities aim to achieve an international regulation to control the activity of platforms such as Airbnb