Swimming pool law damaging Cyprus property and tourism

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Swimming pool law damaging Cyprus property and tourism

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Both tourism and the property market in Cyprus are being damaged by outdated and unworkable laws governing swimming pools, which have seen many complexes closing theirs over the last few years. The problem is that Cyprus recognises communal pools found at private complexes as public ones and therefore applies stringent
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Paphos Life wrote: Tue Apr 18, 2023 8:50 am Both tourism and the property market in Cyprus are being damaged by outdated and unworkable laws governing swimming pools, which have seen many complexes closing theirs over the last few years. The problem is that Cyprus recognises communal pools found at private complexes as public ones and therefore applies stringent
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To balance things out, many property's are rented out on booking sites, so they become public pools, how many times do people renting these property's go out come ba k tanked up and go for a late night dip, people being drowned also isn't a good advert for a country's tourism
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Oh come off it. If you are doing a headcount, start with road accidents. Eliminate them, then look at accidents from hunting. Eliminate them, and a few others, then consider how many people drown in swimming pools.
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Dominic wrote: Tue Apr 18, 2023 12:15 pm Oh come off it. If you are doing a headcount, start with road accidents. Eliminate them, then look at accidents from hunting. Eliminate them, and a few others, then consider how many people drown in swimming pools.
I didnt say I agreed with it, I was trying to think of why these laws have been brought in ? Could this be an EU ruling/ directive ?.
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Why not just ban all swimming including the sea which has more fatalities than private pools .

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