SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, July 1 (EUROPE PRESS) –
The Minister of Management of the Natural Environment of the Cabildo de Tenerife, Isabel García, announced this Friday the opening of a sanctioning file against a footwear brand after learning of the recording of an audiovisual piece in which several people travel off the trails in a special protection area in the Chinyero Reserve.
García indicates in a note that “the public use of the protected natural spaces of the island of Tenerife is subject to regulations that include the authorization or denial of certain activities and transit through them, and this regulation is applied forcefully, Of course, uses that contravene the plans established in each of the protected natural spaces are not authorized.
According to the counselor, “this activity has never been authorized and there is no record of any request for it, so a sanctioning file will be opened as indicated by the regulations.”
García has made it clear that they were not aware of this filming and “of course it is not authorized at any point”, while stressing that the space management plan makes it explicit that the transit of people outside the established trails is prohibited, except for reasons of surveillance, technical management, emergency or force majeure.
Thus, he assured that “once the service has been made aware of what happened, the appropriate sanctioning measures will be taken.”