Beritabali/ist/Satpol PP Unloading 24 Stalls on the Berawa Beach Border.
“They have followed up on this matter, but on May 18 there are still some that have not been completed for various reasons, such as the reason for the holidays, there is no manpower, and insufficient finances, so we are together with the relevant agencies,” he explained.
He emphasized that if left unchecked and no action was taken, it was feared that later it would be like a ghost building, the scenery was not good, and at any time it would be used again.
“If you say this violation is definitely a violation because it is already on the sand if the high tide is already above the sea besides it has violated spatial planning and land use. The impression of slums is certain because the buildings are also messy, some are new, some are just,” he explained.
He revealed that actually Berawa Beach had already been declared a Tourist Attraction or DTW in 2005. However, no one has clearly managed it and it will only be managed again in early 2022. The village has also been asked to confirm who manages it and how it will be arranged.
“Because this has been since 2005, at least it has gone towards clear tourism. If you look at the business ownership here, most of them are natives here,” concluded Suryanegara.
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