Funding comes from state and territorial capital transfers, which “amount 885 million, 345 million more than in January, of which 700 million are linked to the PNRR”, explained Councilor for Rome’s Budget, Silvia Scosze.
6 billion and 47 million more investment: this is what the budget of the Municipality of Rome provides for the three-year period of 2022-2024, which was approved by the Capitoline Assembly tonight after a long marathon in the Chamber . The document was submitted by Rome’s Councilor for Financial Statements, Sylvia Scosze. New resources for social, school and city cleaning. The recovery of funds comes from state and territorial capital transfers that “amount 885 million, 345 million more than in January, of which 700 million are linked to PNRR,” Skoczez said.
“In the capital account, Roma Capital allocated 1.7 billion in January for investments, and today, with two changes, it has reached 2.8 billion. The resources were partially augmented with an administration surplus of 475 million. Another recovery comes from “mortgage deprivation”. Their value in the budget is 686 million, today we reach 635. We save 51 million which is intended for the present part”, clarified the councillor.
Finally, another important part of the recovery concerns 29 million more for the possession of public land (OSP), which is free in the emergency phase of the pandemic, but which now has to be paid regularly and regularly. “We have a tax assessment that is 29 million higher for businesses in public land (OSP), because obviously the regime has changed: we went through the covid emergency that had restrictions in May when we applied, a With the resolution, the new tariffs,” Skoczez added.
On the current revenue front in the forecast budget for 2022, which was valued at 5 billion and 550 million, today 6 billion and 122 million are detected “as we have implemented a restricted surplus of 389 million”. In all, 572 million has been recovered on the current revenue. At the same time, however, the provision for the tourist tax was reduced by 14 million. “The offices were expecting more tourist attendance in the first 6 months of the year, which did not happen due to COVID. Given the significant number of attendances we record, we believe this lack of admissions can be corrected and traced to the autumn adjustment”, concludes Skoz.
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