EMSV keeps open the deadline to request assistance for the rehabilitation of buildings in La Alhóndiga and Las Margaritas
The City Council of Getafe has commissioned the preparation of the Action Plan for Climate and Sustainable Energy in Getafe 2023–2030, within the Pact of Mayors for Climate and Energy, in which European cities and municipalities participate, which have the intention to apply the forceful policy of the European Union.
The preparation of the study will define actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Getafe by 2030, as well as to reduce climate risk, mitigate climate change, and better adapt to it.
Getafe is a member of the European initiative of the Covenant of Mayors, which includes the preparation of a reference emissions inventory and an evaluation of the risks and vulnerabilities derived from climate change, as well as this Action Plan for Climate and Energy Sustainability, which can also be done. include a catalog with construction rehabilitation measures for communities of owners, a line in which the City Council of Getafe works through the Municipal Land and Housing Company EMSV.
Improvements to the houses in Las Margaritas and La Alhóndiga
In this line of work, families interested in the rehabilitation of their buildings in La Alhóndiga and Las Margaritas have an extension of the deadline to submit documentation until November 21. These aids are part of the Programmed Rehabilitation Residential Environments (ERRP), where Getafe obtained more than 5,000,000 euros of financing from European Funds thanks to the projects presented by EMSV, which in its first phase will benefit more than 400 families.
Families interested in Las Margaritas and La Alhóndiga can request more information at the Civic Centers or the EMSV to present the documentation before November 21. In addition to improving accessibility or comfort, this help can be requested for the removal of asbestos in buildings and houses, which also allows their safety to be improved in the future.
On the other hand, President Ayuso paralyzed a similar call for funding from the Government of Spain to rehabilitate houses in the neighborhood of Juan de la Cierva.