Sale of alcoholic beverages discussed ahead of GP weekend

Photo: Michael Alesi/DC
Photo: Michael Alesi/DC

A training and communication session was held on Thursday, May 3, to coordinate planning for the busy Grand Prix period, with a particular focus on businesses operating on the Darse Sud, the part of Port Hercules adjacent to the track.

The Prince’s Government is committed to making the surroundings of the circuit safer during this period of intense activity by establishing key partnerships. The Directorate of Public Security led the meeting.

Situated in the immediate vicinity of the circuit, businesses must ensure the proper management of their terraces, including security issues, verifications of the age of customers, as well as the strict application of legislation with regard to the sale of alcoholic beverages.

During this period, Public Security agents will be noticeably present on site and ready to intervene in case of problems.


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