A measure designed for those residing in small towns to stem the depopulation towards big cities.
2022 was a year full of population migrations from South to North in Italy . However, the migratory movement is not only from South to North, but also from small towns to the cities of the southern regions. Here is a measure aimed at supporting families and businesses that choose to live in the surrounding municipalities as well. The resources are allocated by the Region equivalent to 105 million euros.
Among the measures, the one that supports those who want to go to municipalities with a population of less than 3 thousand inhabitants. A real bonus which is an allocation of 45 million. A maximum contribution of 15 thousand euros to those who buy or renovate a house in a small town in Sardinia . You must meet the requirements to use it. You must have registered residence in a small Sardinian municipality. Also valid for those who move within 18 months from the purchase of the property or from the date of completion of the renovation works. As long as the municipality of origin is not a small Sardinian town. The amount is 50% of the purchase, renovation or both costs, but up to 15,000 euros per person, one only for each family unit.
The contribution can also be given to a family made up of only one person. Even if the one of origin has already benefited from the same contribution for another home. As many as 45 million out of 105 total are aimed at helping new residents. The remaining 60 will be distributed over three years for the development of economic and commercial activities in Sardinian villages with less than 3,000 inhabitants. Companies that are born or move to a Sardinian territory and with the required requisites will have a non – repayable contribution of 15 thousand euros. While it is up to 20 thousand euros, if the company increases employment.
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