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Demolitions underway as Mykonos businesses tear down illegal structures

Businesses on Mykonos race against time to demolish illegally constructed facilities and avoid potential closure by authorities

Kathimerini Greece Newsroom

Businesses on the island of Mykonos are in a race against time to demolish illegally constructed structures on their premises and avoid being shut down by authorities.

On Thursday, the Nammos seaside restaurant demolished its illegally constructed facilities in Psarrou.

Voluntary demolitions are also taking place at most of the beach bars where planning violations were recorded.

Five beach bars on Mykonos out of the six singled out by inspectors for violations have applied for compliance and two of them, Lohan and Alemagou, have already removed their unauthorized structures.

The other three are Solymar, SantAnna and JackieO’ (the last two had very minor illegalities).

The only business that has filed an objection to the findings, which will be considered by the Central Planning Board (CPB), is Pasaji at Ornos.

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