Superbonus, extension coming for single-family homes: decree after Easter –

110% extension in view of the Superbonus, as assumed for days. We have reached an agreement with the government that will introduce in a decree immediately after Easter, presumably in the council of ministers on April 21 (with the next decree on aid to the economy, ed), the possibility of extending the date of 30 June 2022 for the achievement of the 30% intervention threshold for single-family homes. This was announced by Martina Nardi and Alessia Rotta, respectively chairman of the Productive Activities commission and chairman of the Environment Commission of the Chamber, both of the Democratic Party, also highlighting that they have closed the agreement on another transfer of credit compared to today. This is a positive fact, because it gives many companies the opportunity to find a buyer for credit more easily, and therefore to receive a breath of fresh air. An intervention also dictated by the fact that in the meantime the Revenue is blocking the sale of home bonuses considered at riskasking intermediaries for supporting documents, under penalty of cancellation of the operations.

The construction sites stopped

But according to the 5 Stars, the commitment expressed by the executive to extend the interim deadline of 30 June 2022 by one or two months is not enough, because the stop and go, due to the imprudent regulatory interventions in recent months, has stopped thousands of projects and construction sites and now we need an adequate time to restart. For the Movement, an extension of at least six months is required, both of the intermediate term and of the final term currently set at 31 December. For this reason, we will continue to present amendments that go in this direction. The absolutely necessary extension, also says the president of Ance (association of builders) Emilia-Centro, Leonardo Fornaciari: Centering the deadline of 30 June, with the materials that are not found, is becoming a mission impossible. Not to mention those who would like to start work now: faced with a flood of requests, companies find themselves, in spite of themselves, forced to refuse. And it is obvious that this is the case: the delivery times of the materials are currently in the order of at least four months.

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