New round of fines on Mykonos

A new round of inspections by the Environment Ministry began on Mykonos a few days ago, focusing on large coastal businesses on the island that had been checked for planning violations in mid-April.

The fine for Lohan Beach House in Kalo Livadi stands out as it is close to 2 million euros. As it turns out, behind the main establishment a complex of auxiliary buildings and structures has been created which are illegal in their entirety, occupying a total of 970 square meters.

Given that Principote was found to be attempting to conceal cement violations with sand, the prosecutor has formed a fresh case file against it. The new inspections followed those in mid-April concerning urban planning irregularities, which included Principote at Panormos and Nammos at Psarou.

Apart from Lohan, inspectors also recorded infringements, albeit significantly smaller ones, by...

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