Regulation of use of the municipal sports facilities of Sitges
Previous Public Consultation on the project of approval of the regulation of use of the municipal sports facilities of Sitges.
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The City Council of Sitges launches the public consultation prior to the drafting of the preliminary draft regulations for the use of municipal sports facilities.
a) Problems that are tried to solve with the initiative
The main problem that is intended to solve with the initiative is the adaptation and regulation of the use of municipal sports facilities, through the drafting of a Regulation regulating the use of municipal sports facilities, given that The City Council of Sitges does not have today a regulatory instrument that regulates this matter.
The citizen organization in a democratic regime is determined by the will of the neighbors expressed in the ballot box. For this reason, the City Council of Sitges, aware of the need and importance of the constant participation of neighbors in municipal management and without detriment to the legitimate authority and representativeness conferred by them, seeks, by means of prior public consultation on the aforementioned project, facilitate and dynamise all those citizen actions aimed at achieving more participatory social development.
b) Necessity and opportunity for its approval
The necessity and opportunity of its approval is given by the provisions of Legislative Decree 1/2000, of July 31, which approves the Unique Text of the Law of Sport.
The Spanish Constitution, in its article 43.3., Obliges the public authorities to promote physical education and sport, as well as the adequate use of leisure.
Likewise, article 134 of the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia establishes the exclusive competence of the Generalitat in the field of sports and leisure. In use of this competence and by means of Legislative Decree 1/2000, of July 31, the Generalitat approved the Reformed Text of the Law of Sport.
At the municipal level, in general, articles 25.2.m) of Law 7/1985 of April 2, Regulatory of the Bases of the Local Regime and 66.3.n) of Legislative Decree 2/2003, by which approves the Consolidated Text of the Municipal Law and Local Government of Catalonia, recognize the municipalities their own competencies in matters of activities and cultural and sports facilities, employment of leisure and tourism, imposing article 26.1.c) of The first of these rules in municipalities with population over 20,000 inhabitants, the obligation to provide the minimum service of sports facilities for public use.
These competencies must be exercised within the framework of the Reformed Text of the Law of Sport of Catalonia that, in its article 39, lists and specifies the municipal competences in this matter and, in particular, the obligation to promote In general, physical activity and sport in its territorial area and to build, expand and improve sports facilities in its territory, ensuring its full use.
c) Objectives of the norm
Improve administrative procedures and reduce administrative burdens with the same legal guarantees, in order to make public administration more efficient and efficient.
To establish in general the criteria to authorize the uses in the municipal sports facilities.
d) Possible alternative regulatory or non-regulatory solutions
It should be based on the premise that the approval of this regulation regulating the use of municipal sports facilities is indispensable and absolutely essential, in light of the lack of existing regulations that conform to the regulations European, state and autonomous legislation in force in this matter, which can only be rectified through the corresponding approval of an instrument with a regulatory nature. Citizens and organizations that consider it appropriate, may submit their views on the issues raised, during 30 calendar days from the day after the approval of this Decree, through the indicated means.