The funds from the European Union will be a decisive injection for the policy of living place of the Government, which until now had a clear divergence between intentions and execution. Thanks to the European disbursement, the Executive’s budget allocation for access to housing and buildings reaches the 2,253 million euros, of which 1,651 million belong to European funds and 602 million they correspond to the national allocation.
The figure represents a 367.9% increase compared to the previous year, when it reached 481 million euros. Without taking into account the European Union’s Recovery and Resilience Mechanism, the allocation for this item amounts to 602 million euros, which represents an increase of 25% compared to last year, according to the Budget bill Generals of the State for 2021 presented this Wednesday in the Congress of Deputies.
“Spain faces important challenges in this area that, at present, are linked in a special way to the precariousness of access to housing, especially in the rental system. In this sense, it seems appropriate to tackle the task of preparing a Strategy of Housing and a basic state law that protects the rights of citizens “, collects the Yellow Book defended by the Minister of Finance, Maria Jese Montero.
The 2018-2021 State Plan maintains the promotion of rental and rehabilitation as a priority, although some modifications are introduced with respect to the previous plan. Specifically, the possibility of granting rental assistance to beneficiaries who pay an income of up to 900 euros per month will be incorporated, compared to the limitation of 600 euros of the 2013-2016 State Plan, “to respond to the problems that currently accuse certain municipalities in which, for different reasons, the average housing rental prices so require it “.
In addition, the aid program for people in a situation of eviction or release of your habitual residence, especially vulnerable.
On the other hand, by 2021 354 million euros will be allocated to subsidies for housing plans and 72 million euros to subsidies for loans.
In addition, the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism provides funding for a total amount of 1,620 million euros for rehabilitation programs: for sustainable and digital rehabilitation of public buildings for 70 million euros and rehabilitation programs for economic and social recovery to be developed through the Autonomous Communities, for 1,550 million euros.
For the promotion of affordable or social rental housing, 30 million euros are included for subsidies to municipalities and other local entities
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