Bullas City Council has approved a series of measures aimed at self-employed workers whose economic activity has been affected by the measures adopted to deal with Covid-19.
These measures come to complement those already implemented by the Government of Spain and the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia. 1.
Announcement in the coming days of grants for freelancers and merchants in the municipality (includes digitization plan, adaptation of premises to security regulations and rental costs). 2.
Launch of a Marketplace of products, services and jobs for all self-employed and merchants in the municipality. 3.
Collaboration with the Bullas Merchants Association in carrying out an advertising campaign to promote local commerce. 4.
Distribution of facial screens to commercial establishments in the municipality, as well as to the Health Center, Civil Protection and Local Police. 5.
Extension of the item for the granting of Municipal Economic Aid to cover families in vulnerable situations, initially endowed in the municipal budget with € 70,000.
To this amount must be added the financial allocation allocated by the Government of Spain to cover the social needs caused by the Covid-19, which amounts to € 60,600. 6.
Postponement of the collection of the garbage collection fee for the quarters that expire during the validity of the state of alarm, for all establishments that have ceased their activity due to it. Once the Alarm Status has ended, the deferred quarters will be collected, which may be divided into the following four quarters, upon request by the taxpayer. 7.
Extension of the voluntary payment period of the Tax on Mechanical Traction Vehicles (IVTM) from the year 2020 until July 06. 8.
Fractionation and extension of the terms of voluntary payment of the Property Tax (IBI). 9.
Exemption from the occupancy rate with tables and chairs on public roads for establishments that have interrupted their activity due to the state of alarm, while they cannot exercise it. 10.
Authorization to bars and restaurants to expand the space of their terraces, as long as the special measures for the opening of shops are maintained, adhering at all times to what is established in the Municipal Ordinances, especially the Environmental Protection Against Noise Emission and Cleaning. 11.
Exemption from the rate of occupation of the booths of the Food Market for establishments that have interrupted their activity due to the state of alarm, while they cannot exercise it. 12.
Exemption from the occupancy rate of positions in markets on public roads, while they cannot be held. 13.
Priority in the payment of all suppliers that work for the Bullas City Council, with the aim of continuing to boost the economy. 14.
Launch of an information service for self-employed persons in the municipality. 15.
Support and stimulus measures for the local economy continue to be studied.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas