I've been reading reports that Calvia Council are being busybodies these days.
Just a month after giving the ok for BCM Square to re-open (now called Magaluf Square btw), they have now issued closure orders on the main four bars, to close their 'outside' areas. So the bars are actually open but you can't go outside with your drinks, which is a lot of use in a summer holiday resort
Something to do with not complying with planning permission 'conditions' is the official line. I'd read into that making too much external noise.
Similarly, Papis bar is currently closed, about a month since it opened up, with hurried alterations taking place.
It seems like the owner closed up the frontage with patio doors (that are open fully during the daytimes), without planning permission, a good few years ago now. Have a look on Google streetview at the shop next door (same archway) and that's what it should look like.
So the doors are being removed, and seemingly refitted a metre or two inside, - which is going to make the whole of the inside a good deal narrower.
I hear that the doors were fitted like that initially because of noise prevention, now they are being made to move them back again.
It certainly seems to me that Calvia is undergoing a 'clean up' operation on the whole Magaluf area, they clearly want to be rid of Magaluf as it's best known for. The new, and last, Sol Melia hotel is due to open in a months time, where the old Sol Jamaica was. I suspect that might have something to do with it.
In the meantime, the late night mugging situation is now so bad that locals are gathering together at 4am to escort home bar workers (that are sober) who are being targeted, - with the police standing by and letting it happen.
Not that any of this really bothers me as I don't go there anymore for the after midnight offerings, I think the daytimes and early evenings are right up my street, and go there for that.