The Ministry of Environment and Energy announced the results of the inspections for the arbitrary construction of businesses in Mykonos.

At the same time, he announced the demolition and compliance procedures on behalf of those who disobeyed the town planning ordinances on the island of Mykonos, following inspections carried out by the state.

The inspections by Inspectors of the Corps of Inspectors and Auditors, in Mykonos, were carried out following a government decision and an order from the leadership of the competent Ministry of Environment and Energy.

With the aim of complying with urban planning legality, respect for the natural and urban environment, as well as the right of free access of citizens and visitors to the coasts, from last year in April until today, the Construction and Demolition Inspectors have visited the island five times (specifically on 03.04.2023, on 10.04.2023, on 14.07.2023, on 21.12.2023 and on 01.04.2024). They conducted intensive checks to detect illegal construction in 13 businesses and one private project and monitored demolition and compliance procedures

During the total of 5 audits carried out, the Corps of Inspectors and Auditors of the Ministry of Environment identified the arbitrary and monitored the demolition and compliance procedures of the companies.

It is noted that the checks are in full progress and will continue both in Mykonos and in other tourist destinations, the findings of which will be made public by the Ministry of Environment and Energy.

During these days the Parliament is debating the bill of the Ministry of Environment and Energy, which includes the reform of the demolition of unauthorized construction and other urban planning provisions, proposed to the Parliament by the Minister of Environment and Energy, Mr. Thodoros Skylakakis and prepared by the Deputy Minister of the Environment and Energy, Mr. Nikos Tagaras and the General Secretary of Spatial Planning and Urban Environment, Mr. Efthimios Bakoyannis.