They can be installed each year between March 15 and October 15, according to information from France Info.
They had appeared at the end of the first confinement in the summer of 2020. Then the Parisians waited impatiently for them, at the end of the third. The ephemeral terraces of the capital, installed in particular on parking spaces, have found their audience. The mayor of Paris will present this Monday, June 7 its reform of the RET (regulation of displays and terraces), confirming their sustainability. They can be installed each year from March 15 to October 15, according to information from France Info. They will henceforth be called “summer terraces”.
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Installing one will have a cost, for professionals, because they will “henceforth pay off” as of September 30, confides to our colleagues Franck Delvaux, the president of the Union des trades et des industries de l’hôtellerie Paris-Île- de-France (UMIH). But here too, we made a lot of progress in our negotiationsHe continues. It details the operation: “The restaurateur will have several options. There may perhaps be a terrace that will be on the parking spaces, but also what we can call a counter-terrace, between two trees. He will also be able to set tables [devant les commerces] next to him. If, for example, a hairdresser who closes at 7 p.m. agrees, he can put a few tables in front.“
Finally, residents who fear noise pollution will still be able to sleep soundly. They will have to close at 10 p.m.