Udine, December 3 – The Regional Council, on the proposal of the Councilor for Productive Activities and Tourism, Sergio Emedio Bini, approved the regulation aimed at regulating the methods and criteria for granting contributions to municipalities for the implementation of provincial projects. By using the fund to develop commercial areas as required by the SviluppoImpresa Act.
“With the regulation – Benny explained – we intend to respond in an effective way to the request of the region to provide a concrete implementation of the Institute of Commercial Areas. It is very important to provide the municipal administrations with a concrete incentive for the growth of the reality of the region, and after this approval, relative communication will soon be opened that will determine the procedures for presenting projects, timing and financing methods ” .
Giunta Fedriga’s advocate then points out the interest aroused by the opportunity to strengthen the regional regions with a commercial mission: “During the concert phase, 23 initial project files were officially acquired by the region which at different levels involve 133 subscribers.”
“The concert stage was mainly for the drafting of the regulation which included the needs of the regions, the ansi and the class associations – and continued with the foundation of Giunta Fedriga, while also indicating the way the regulation follows the recent amendment to Article 13 of the SviluppoImpresa which simplified the procedures and placed companies operating within the regions at the center of the region’s project.
“To reach regional contributions – Bini added – each district develops a specific project for its own regional reference area, consistent with the objectives and planning guidelines set out in the district agreement. The draft should include integrated interventions for city renewal with the aim of increasing attractiveness, ease of use, visibility and quality of life in The entire territory, also with the aim of sustainability. The pilot municipality will send the application of incentives to the regional administration, while at the same time setting up an economic framework for the interventions.
In detail, the regulation states that expenditures incurred by municipalities in connection with planning interventions, for building broadband-related infrastructures, renovating the environment and urban furniture, establishing pedestrian areas, and redeveloping areas designated for festivals are eligible. , exhibitions and markets, urban afforestation and sustainable mobility. Expenses for marketing activities for the business district are also eligible, including urban animation. The project should also include a call for bids for companies to support investments in innovative technological solutions in particular, and their implementation and management by the lead municipality.
Incentives are awarded through a ranking evaluation procedure, based on the attribution of grades specified in the regulation. Expenditures eligible for financing cannot be less than 80 thousand euros or more than one million euros, and the methods of disbursement will be determined in subsequent tenders, to be implemented by the Department of Tourism and Commerce in the region. ARC/LP/Today