The Department of Housing and Heritage has reopened the application deadline for those wishing to rehabilitate their homes in the neighborhood of San Roque, Las Parras, within the project Area of Integrated Rehabilitation (ARI) in this area.
The objective of this action, as explained by the mayor of Housing and Real Estate, Daniel Aroca, is the revitalization of the neighborhood to improve housing and public space.
The works will affect the indoor and envelope (walls, roofs and medians).
The mayor stressed that actions will always aim to improve living conditions and health of the building, reducing energy consumption and improving accessibility to them.
The Consistory signed last December, the tripartite agreement with the Ministry of Public Works and Planning and the Ministry of Housing, to finance the work of the ARI, the total amount of the total amount of 1,052,169 euros .
Within three years, the Ministry of Public Works will provide 233,822 euros, the ministry will invest 191,733 euros, 25,143 euros Consistory and the rest will be contributed by each of the owners of the buildings.
Residents living in the area defined as Area Rehabilitation still time to benefit from the aid that the government (municipal, regional and central) provide for the rehabilitation of buildings.
The mayor of Heritage and Housing has stressed that subsidies can amount up to 85 percent of the work and the amount receivable from the government depends on several factors, including the personal circumstances of the owner and the building remodel.
For this reason, the council has made a public appeal to those neighbors who wish to bring your home to get in touch with the Department through the Citizen Service Centre (SAC) located in the main building of City Hall for a technician assess the conditions of the property to be rehabilitated.
With this project, besides providing a new look to the neighborhood through the standardization of materials, colors and shapes of traditional architecture, will also benefit the construction industry since the completion of these works will require labor and thereby reduce the rate of unemployment in the municipality sector.
The neighborhood of San Roque is an established urban area where some 200 homes posted about a stable population, the majority owner of the property, which could be subject to rehabilitation, mainly repair of facades, roofs and medians, with order to improve the urban image of the neighborhood.
The rehabilitation of these areas is provided in the Plan for Social and Economic Recovery Totana Township, a plan that, as pointed Aroca "will improve the quality of life for residents of these neighborhoods, improve the image of these and will mostly employ a much needed sector such as construction. "
The Consistory, as indicated by Aroca, wants to improve the overall condition of the buildings in some ways the municipality, particularly those located in historic areas of town, carrying out works to eliminate architectural barriers and reforms facades decks and structures, and adequacy of housing.