Righto… basically, a swimming pool (other than the unfold/blow-up etc) is seen as raising the value of the property… which means property taxes increase.
One way of avoiding this increase is to opt for a temporary pool which has a minimum of “fixing”… and I would suggest that anyone comtemplating a pool of this sort … goes to discuss with their Mairie… what is the best way forward.
Permission is needed, in any case… so an indepth discussion and doing the correct paperwork… before laying out any cash… would be my advice.
If permission is given for a temporary pool… it does need to be able to be dismantled… and no-one should assume that there will not be spot checks. With cash becoming ever scarcer for the Communes, it would make sense to ensure that the correct taxes are being paid…