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11:02

Local

Covid crisis causes Costa commercial property rental prices to plummet

JUAN SOTO

...neighbourhoods and make use of local businesses. Pérez-Peña said that most rental contracts are being revised downwards to try and dissuade businesses from leaving. And, in some cases, landlords have dropped their rents by as much as 50 per cent he claimed. ... He also explained that Covid clauses are being included in some of these new contracts to determine what would happen to rents in the event of new coronavirus restrictions or the temporary closure of business activity being enforced. The head of ... business transfers has also fallen dramatically, especially in the hospitality sector, which has been particularly badly hit by successive opening hours and capacity restrictions. Faced with this situation, he says that the landlords are being

17:37

LifeStyle

A space for creative expression in a former olive mill

Jennie Rhodes

...year Gareth heard of a former olive mill which had been unused since being abandoned in 2008 by the children of the original owners who were uninterested in carrying on the family business. "When we went to see the building it looked like someone had

21:10

Local

No change to Covid restrictions in Andalucía, committee of experts decides

Enrique Miranda

...non-essential businesses in that municipality must close. In villages with fewer than 1,500 inhabitants, a specific risk assessment will be carried out by the corresponding provincial health committee when the rates reach those levels. The committee did, ... however, propose some small changes: among them the closing time for non-essential businesses will be at 8pm in towns that are at risk level 4 grade 1 (before it was 6pm). Another modification aplies to the celebration of receptions after weddings or

12:10

Local

Cruise ships to return to the Costa 'in the second half of the year'

EUROPA PRESS

Rubio acknowledge the "significant blow” of losing the cruise ship business for more than a year: "This activity accounts for 25 per cent of all the income of the port, it is like any company that if income falls by 25 per cent it has a big impact."

11:34

LifeStyle

With Covid engraved on their skin

ignACIO LILLO

On his arm he has a tattoo of a bat carrying planet Earth in a cage, and on his foot a label with the Covid-19 symbol and a date: 7 March 2020. “That’s the day my wife became very ill,” says Sergio Pineda, the owner of a roast chicken business in

17:00

Local

Two new, large business parks planned for the Malaga logistics sector

JESÚS HINOJOSA

Over the next few years the amount of land for logistics use in Malaga will increase exponentially as there are plans for two large business parks. A recent report from the CBRE real estate consultancy highlighted the city's need for a further ... activity, with other plots for industrial, business and commercial use. "Situated next to the airport and with direct access from the A7, over the next few years it will become a connection between east and west Andalucía, a centre of operations for supply

21:23

Local

Shutters stay down on majority of Costa beach bars this Easter

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

...wave hovering. Many beach businesses, therefore, have decided to postpone their reopening until later in the year. José Ravira Díaz, the Marbella representative of the Costa del Sol bBeach Entrepreneurs Association estimates that of the slightly more ... have had to continue paying taxes and fees: "The national government has not reduced our taxes one cent," he complained, although he did acknowledge the assistance the businesses have received from the town council with a reduction in their rates.

00:10

Opinion

The great confusion

DIEGO CARCEDO

...sure with good criteria, ordered the total closure; others established limits, thinking of the votes of the suffering business owners watching their livelihoods crumble. Many of us now wake up wondering whether our turn for a vaccine will ever come

21:37

Local

Road tax can cost double depending on the municipality where a vehicle is registered

Francisco Jiménez

...answer is simple. It is all to do with the rate of vehicle tax (IVTM) charged by each council. Businesses with large fleets of vehicles, such as transport and car hire companies, can make considerable savings by registering them in these villages even ... government liquidity fund to reduce its debt. These differences affect residents and, to a lesser extent, people who have moved elsewhere but whose vehicle documention still shows the old address. However, some of the main beneficiaries are businesses

21:20

Local

A new Airbus A-320 simulator is helping the Axarquía Aviation Park to take off

E. Cabezas / J. Soto

Despite the collapse of the aviation sector in the Covid-19 pandemic, the ambitious Axarquía Aviation Park project continues to take shape on the business estate next to the light-aircraft aerodrome just outside Vélez-Málaga. The new facility ... simulators. The centre, on the Parque Tecnoalimentario business park, already has 120 students this year, Martín explained. On the nearby aerodrome runway the firm has a fleet of 15 planes and plans to build hangers to store them. Also within the

20:42

LifeStyle

The art of flamenco resilience

Tony Bryant

The cultural and entertainment business in the province of Malaga, as with the rest of the world, has suffered severely since the coronavirus pandemic struck in March 2020. The lack of tourists over the past 12 months has added further devastation

15:45

LifeStyle

The Directory: Destination weddings

Andrew Forbes

...experience of multi-faith and symbolic weddings and ceremonies. The Business of Weddings Following the success of Reviva Weddings, in 2019 Laura Charles established The Business of Weddings, offering professional coaching and transformation services to

15:45

LifeStyle

Destination weddings on your doorstep

Andrew Forbes

...affected, but also all the associated businesses that are supported by Destination Weddings in Andalucía. The impact of the pandemic has been exacerbated by the limited support offered to the many businesses affected. “Some smaller self-employed suppliers ... typically take a break from the expensive Spanish social security system in the winter and re-register for the wedding season, usually in March - ready for April and May weddings. So, these business owners have received no help whatsoever from the ... government.” Laura continues, “Wedding planners, hotels, venues, entertainers, musicians, caterers, florists, photographers, stationers, jewellers, dress suppliers and even transport companies have been significantly affected; the list of small businesses

19:26

National

Lost wallet containing more than 1,000 euros reunited with owner in Spain

ÁNGEL DE LOS RÍOS

Palencia. The cash was lost by the waitress at around 10pm on Thursday 11 March, on her way her home after the business closed for the day. But it wasn’t until this week, after police investigations confirmed that the woman was the legitimate owner of

18:15

Local

More than 2,300 self-employed and SMEs apply for direct council subsidies in Marbella

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

More than 2,300 self-employed people and small and medium-sized businesses have applied for direct financial support, the council has confirmed, after the 15-day application period came to an end. Councillor for Economic Development, Cristóbal ... was not part of the municipal remit," said Garre, "but we have been able to find a way to support our shops and hospitality businesses." This was achieved, he explained, by stressing the social nature of this aid in the context of the health crisis. ... picked up before the six months are up. Félix Romero supported this idea, explaining that four new four new business licences had been granted which, as he stated, "signify four new businesses that are starting up", as well as other urban planning

17:51

Opinion

Anyone for a tinny?

ANDREW J. LINN

...goatskins lined with pine resin, as in the 1950s. Finally Spain has its own canned wine, introduced remarkably enough by a young Berber lady of 33 with a US business school training. Sana Khouja worked for four years in a Priorato bodega and has selected a