The tourism ministry reckons that its inspections of holiday rentals are now more efficient. | Josep Bagur Gomila
There were fewer inspections of holiday rental properties last year, but the 148 which were made resulted in an increased number of proceedings. Tourism minister Biel Barceló, responding to questions from the Partido Popular's tourism spokesperson Alvaro Gijón, said yesterday that inspectors opened 106 proceedings, whereas in 2015 there were 49 from a total of 250 inspections. Barceló said that this was the result of "greater efficiency".