Acceleration for works financed with the 110% Superbonus: in the week 24 – 30 March the interventions that reached at least 30% of the works went from 7,709 to 9,207 (+ 19.4%) and the amounts from 878 million to 1,090 million (+ 24.1%). This is what Ance, the manufacturers’ association, notes, based on data from the Enea-Mise monitoring.
If we compare the data with those of the beginning of February, the increase is around 200%. Only 9% of the interventions are commissioned by condominiums, but the amount is 32% as they have an average amount (464 thousand euros) far higher than that of individual homes (80 thousand). Veneto, Lombardy and Emilia-Romagna concentrate one third of the interventions.
Recovery Plan: 2 nodi da scigliere
But the real game now on the Superbonus is that of the Recovery / Simplifications decree arriving at the end of the month. The government is working to insert a Superbonus chapter there. The comparison is in its infancy but what appears clear is that there are two relevant issues to be resolved. The first – which is in the hands of the Mef – is the extension of the incentive to the end of 2023, as Parliament has repeatedly asked for and as indicated in the technical sheets of the Recovery Plan written by the Conte government but sent to Parliament by the Minister of ‘Economy, Daniele Franco. The minister has never spoken so far, unlike his predecessor Gualtieri who had fought to limit extensions and resources. Furthermore, the resistance of the EU to the inclusion of tax bonuses for the private sector in the Recovery must be overcome.
The game of simplifications
An even more complex game is that on simplifications, requested by all operators and made necessary by the alarming data from the territory, where the municipal offices are in trouble – with the combination of paper archives and smart working staff – to respond in a reasonable time to requests of sworn professionals.
The crux – to prove what after the decree 76/2020 is called the “legitimate state of the property” – is the “double conformity” of the property with the planning and building titles of today and those of the time in which it was built. It is this second aspect that creates bureaucratic burdens on the one hand, and on the other excludes many properties from the benefit due to “discrepancy” from the original building title. The property accesses the benefit only with a regularization (if it is possible).
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