The Contracting Committee of the City Council of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has already agreed its final proposal, to the contracting body, for the award of the eight lots of the administrative concession for the installation and operation of seasonal services on Las Teresitas beach , consisting of eight terrestrial beach kiosks and hammock and umbrella service in the sand space of the maritime-terrestrial public domain area, and whose current concession expired at the end of this year.
A proposal that will arrive at tomorrow’s session of the Local Government Board for final approval, and that incorporates very few changes with respect to the provisional proposal released in the middle of last July, and from which three of the companies that submitted to the tender when it was verified that they did not comply with some of the requirements established in the specifications.
Finally, as stated in the file, Lot I has been awarded to the entity La Isla Gastro Beach Club, with a fixed annual fee offer of 18,000 euros. Lot II is awarded to the Joan Manuel Santos company, which offers a canon of 39,600 euros. Lot III also fell to the same concessionaire, for the same annual canon amount.
Meanwhile, Lot IV has been awarded to the Temporary Union of Feroga 2 Companies, which offers a fixed annual fee of 35,000 euros. Lot V went to Eloy Caracol, with a fixed annual fee of 30,012 euros. This same company is also awarded Lot VIII, for a fee of 30,412 euros.
Likewise, lot VI went to the entity Cuncunpra SL, with a fixed annual canon amounting to 24,012 euros. And, finally, Lot VII went to Comercial Insay 2010, for an annual fee of 19,200 euros.
This new tender, which went out to tender for 407,000 euros, includes some improvements that the new dealers must incorporate. The proposal is still for 8 kiosks that will carry the service of hammocks and umbrellas.
The establishments will have similar characteristics to the current ones, although some of the requests made by the current concessionaires will be incorporated, such as, for example, the use of solar panels to be self-sufficient or to have a space outside the kiosk for storage.
It is also included that the kiosks will only be able to play background music, incorporating a noise limiter to prevent the authorized 63 decibels from being exceeded. Likewise, the kiosks will have space for at least two toilets.