The opening of a sports complex featuring five paddle tennis courts in Añoreta, Rincon de la Victoria, in September 2012 has not gone down well with some of the residents in urbanisation Paraíso del Sol.
A Court in Málaga has sentenced a man to six months in prison and ordered him to pay two fines of €120 for entering his neighbour’s house and beating him with a stick in a dispute over loud music.
Ronda Council has launched a new municipal ordinance to regulate coexistence and protect public spaces and one of the provisions contained therein will allow people aged between 14 years and 29 years the possibility to perform community service rather than pay fines.
A 21 year old student who suffered a stab wound to the chest as a result of an argument with a neighbour over noise levels during the Real Madrid – Bayern Munich Champions League match is now in a stable condition in the Carlos Haya hospital in Málaga.
The Council has rescinded the closure order on a bar on Burriana beach after the owner swiftly carried out the necessary adjustments to prevent further noise problems.
Excess noise from the bars in the commercial centre El Copo in Torre del Mar that residents in the Ipanema buildings were forced to endure during the period 1990 to 2003 is costing Vélez-Málaga Council more and more as time passes, and the bill could now be around €4 million.
A court in Sevilla has awarded €2,000 compensation to a family whose peace and quiet was disturbed by a water pump.
The Tribunal Superior de Justicia de Andalucía (TSJA) has ordered the Council in Pulpí, Almería, to pay €45,000 in compensation to a family who have suffered ‘acoustic pollution’ for the past 15 years.
The Councillor for Commerce, Jonathan Méndez, has announced the closing down of two bars in Plaza Tutti Frutti after local residents made a number of complaints relating to excessive noise.
The Vélez-Málaga Council is considering putting a freeze on the issuing of new licenses for discos, clubs and the like within the urban centre of the town.