Friday, December 09, 2022

Dreamed up: Italy’s paradise island offers the equivalent of $14 million to those who move there to live

This is the island of Sardinia, whose government will pay those who benefit to live there. Its purpose is to attract people to their cities.

Italy once again surprises with a dream offer for those who want to live on its territory. In this case, it is Officials of the island of Sardinia, who provide the amount 15,000 euros (about 14 million pesos), Those who want to settle in one of their cities.

As in the previous cases, the decision is due to the fact that many of its enclaves have been affected by desertion in recent times. Basically young people.

For that, the local government approved an ambitious plan worth 45 million euros, which aims to be able to pay up to 3,000 of the subsidies next year.

Galtelli and Calaceta, which currently have populations of less than 4,000, are part of the towns chosen under the plan, according to Forbes.

“we have made Prerequisites for young people to decide to stay and develop the economic fabric of the most deprived areas,” Governor Christian Solinas told the said media outlet.

“There can be no development without giving importance to the areas (inland and most deprived areas) first that They will have to go through new policies for their re-population”. He added.

Requirements for living in Sardinia

The conditions for accessing this plan are very clear. Those who benefit must receive funding to remodel a house in a town on the island.

Also, people have to register the houses as permanent addresses, to prevent them from becoming summer homes.

This last condition must be at least 18 months of which people must be regular residents.

You can get more information at the following link.

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