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Professionals in the walled city of Nicosia will be subsidized in the context of supporting entrepreneurship, meaning that they are active or will be active in the following sectors and as they will invest money themselves: Innovation centers, creative businesses, bookstores/copy centers, gyms/studios , kindergartens, pharmacies, offices, shops, pet shops, electronics stores, domestic and international courier services, fruit shops/small supermarkets, hair salons/beauty salons/barber shops, etc. & nbsp;
The above professional activities concern some examples of desirable business activities or even uses, as the Minister of Interior Nikos Nouris stated in “F”, in view of the forthcoming announcement of the invitation to submit applications from June 1. According to Mr. Nouris, the desired uses include, among others, the priority uses as recorded in the Nicosia Center Regional Plan, which relate to services, business offices, cultural centers/spaces, community services, creative businesses, corresponding retail trade and leisure uses.
According to the Minister of the Interior, when evaluating the applications that will be submitted, special emphasis may be given to business activities, which mainly concern the youth and students, but do not exist as a majority of business activity (eg cafes, restaurants, etc.) in the designated area in the walled city of Nicosia. & nbsp;
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It follows from the above that cafes and restaurants, even if included in the businesses that would be subsidized, would be last in order of priority. The aim is to find the city dweller and especially the students and young couples, products and services that will allow them to live in their area, without having to leave the city for supplies unless it is their choice.
The Minister of Interior stated that the Plan concerns the provision of financial support to Natural or Legal persons who carry out or will carry out economic activity, who are owners or tenants of buildings (with the signed consent of the owners).
< p>The Plan will be implemented and will remain open from June 1, 2022 until December 31, 2026. The Plan is funded by the State Budget of the Republic of Cyprus. The total amount that will be allocated for the needs of the Call for Proposals amounts to € 10 million (€ 2 million/year). The funding concerns 60% of the eligible costs of each proposal with a maximum financial aid amount of € 80,000 per project.
It is clarified that any proposal will not be considered eligible with a total eligible cost of less than € 30,000 for buildings up to 100 sq.m., and less than € 50,000 for buildings over 100 sq.m.
The Minister clarifies that the beneficiaries are responsible for the implementation of the Project based on the Agreement they will sign with the Department of Urban Planning and compliance with the schedule that they will agree, as well as the obligation to operate the company for which they have been granted for at least five years after the date Completion of the Project.
In addition to business (shops and services), the government attaches great importance to the operation of student dormitories, the operation of which is considered to be the decisive step in the effort to attract new blood to the historic center.
They want new air in the city
We want to see Nicosia grow and we considered that the movement of young people in the historic center is imperative, said Mr. Nouris, who added that this intervention was judged that it could begin with the operation of the School of Architecture of the University of Cyprus in the building of Faneromeni, whose maintenance is estimated to cost about € 6 million. Mr. Nouris considers very positive the fact that the Municipality of Nicosia is involved in the process, which will operate its own hearths which will consist of 250 rooms. . To these will be added another 560 rooms from the private sector, including those of the Archdiocese. The total amount that will be allocated for sponsorships, during the implementation period of the Plan (for private homes) amounts to € 15 million. The expenditure of the municipality for the creation of homes in two privately owned buildings will amount to € 5.8 million
The minimum investment, both for the conversion of a building into a dormitory/student rooms and for the construction of a new building for use as a dormitory/student rooms, is set at € 140,000. The maximum amount of sponsorship per beneficiary is € 2 million. The eligible costs relate to the construction work and the basic mechanical installation. The amount of the sponsorship (sponsorship intensity) will be as follows:
• 75% of the eligible costs of each proposal for the conversion of an existing building into a dormitory/dormitories.
• 50% on the eligible costs of each proposal for the construction of a new building intended for a dormitory/student rooms. & nbsp;
The applications, in the framework of the first call of the Sponsorship Plan, will be submitted from May 2, 2022, until November 1, 2022.
Mr. Nouris stated that the ministry will proceed with the declaration of all remarkable buildings in preservable, including newer. It is estimated that about 500 such buildings will be declared in Nicosia within the walls, which will be added to the 800 houses that have already been declared protected. The Minister considers that the above interventions of the government are among the most important in the direction of its revitalization within the city walls of Nicosia due to the special situation, but also the timeless problems that afflict the city and hinder its rational development. & Nbsp;
“The degradation of the city began mainly in 1974 with the partition of Nicosia, the economic decline that followed, while to these problems was added the issue of illegal immigration which further aggravated the situation and in some areas may to be characterized as ghettoized “, concluded Mr. Nouris.