The regulation that will give us legal security in the Canary Islands to the caravanning sector has taken a new step.
The NLP for the positive (or negative) regulation of motorhomes and campers in the Canary Islands
The Parliament of the Canary Islands unanimously approved this Wednesday a Proposal No of Law (NLP) presented by the deputy of the Canary Nationalist Group, Jesús Machín Tavío. An NLP that seeks to establish a regulation for the development of tourist activity in the Canary Islands based on the world of motorhomes and campers.
A regulation that they say will give legal certainty but also that it will seek to prevent its use from inferring in natural or landscape environments, to preserve them from any damage or negative impact on it.
In this sense, it depends on how they regulate, we will see if it will be positive or negative for our sector.
What is clear is that without more motorhome areas on the islands, the regulation will not be in favor. And in this sense, it seems that with NLP they will promote these motorhome and camper areas on the islands in the first place.
THE NEED FOR REGULATION OF A CANARY ISLANDS IN A MOTORHOME
From the Nationalist Group they explain in a press release that it has been Machín Tavío who has urged the Government of the Canary Islands to regulate between councils and municipalities lately to establish a certain time for the use of public or private spaces and thus avoid the negative effects on the environment, but that is not enough and we must soon make a comprehensive regulation for our group.
Machín has affirmed that there is a need to give legal certainty to our collective and that it is necessary to establish more spaces to spend the night safely, complying with all existing sanitary measures.
You are really right, we need legal security and more safe spaces with services, and it is that we are also increasingly more in this type of tourism has been gaining followers over time and has established itself as a real, more sustainable and balanced alternative with the territory.