Cottages continue to be at risk of demolition, while restaurant owners face uncertainty regarding their terraces.
As well as the competing interests of residents and restaurants there are the political decisions.
For the first time in almost sixty years, there were no terraces last summer.
Originally a Covid measure, the ban was extended under the umbrella of remaining Covid regulations.
Restaurants want compensation, residents want an appeal.
La Lonja restaurant owners say that terrace space has been cut by 50%.
It is said that La Lonja had become all but impassable.
Palma town hall has been handed a list of the "most problematic establishments" in the city.
The Costas Authority has said that it will not be granting further concession for the terrace.
100,000 qualified workers in hospitality are "missing".
The Can Lluc restaurant has been in Cala Deya for 42 years.
Terraces have to stay within limits stipulated in licences.
Palma town hall is marking out terraces so that limits are clear.
The terrace in Puerto Pollensa was removed over a week ago.
The collapse of tourism took the rest of the economy with it.
Bar Estadio, no longer with a temporary terrace.
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