The Partido Popular de Almería has brought together around twenty young people from all over the province to inform them of the advantages of the bono joven de alquiler, the application period for which opens on Monday 14 November. This is an initiative launched by the Government of Juanma Moreno which can be used by people up to 35 years of age who are holders of a rental contract or assignment of use of housing or habitual residence or who are in the process of doing so, as long as they can prove it with a contract commitment.
As explained by the PP’s Secretary for Circular Economy and the Andalusian Regional Government’s Delegate for Development, Territorial Planning and Housing, Carmen Belén López, the beneficiaries of this aid will receive 250 euros per month for two years and the measure will have retroactive effect from 1 January 2022.
Carmen Belén López stresses that the Regional Ministry of Housing has a budget of 68.4 million euros to carry out this aid, distributed over the years 2022, 2023 and 2024. In order to obtain the aid, young people will have to submit applications through the General Electronic Office of the Administration of the Andalusian Regional Government.
The secretary of the PP has encouraged young people to take advantage of this bonus and explained that there will be a robotisation programme that will speed up the payment of aid in an extraordinary way so that no young person will lose a single euro.
For his part, the Deputy Secretary of Studies and Programmes of NNGG of Andalusia, José Crespo stressed that this measure promoted by the Government of Juanma Moreno provides a response to some of the problems faced by young people, such as emancipation or access to housing.
This is a demand that NNGG has always carried as a flag and now, thanks to the PP Government’s commitment to young people, it will be a reality and a support for a sector that has a very difficult time nowadays to be able to emancipate themselves.
“Juanma Moreno’s government is implementing measures to solve real problems and help young people to stay and develop their future in their cities,” he explained.
Finally, he recalled other measures promoted by the Junta, such as the 4,000 new affordable rental homes promoted by the Andalusian Government, as well as the 3,000 more affordable homes that are expected to be generated through the Next Generation Funds.
The coordinator of the Andalusian Youth Institute, Diego Martínez, also took part in the meeting which took place at the provincial headquarters of the PP. He encouraged the young people of Almeria to apply for the rental voucher and thanked the Government of Juanma Moreno for its commitment to the young people of a province like ours, the engine of the Andalusian economy, and where more and more young people are staying to develop their life projects.