29th May 2024
Sitges News

62 new homes in the next social housing promotion in Sitges

Sitges Town Council will be delivering 62 new social housing units for people to live in Sitges, in addition to the 43 it delivered two months ago. The council recently approved the rules for eligibility, which again set the threshold of 21,000 euros of income per family unit as the minimum amount to access the latest and largest offer of flats.This is the second of three promotions for the award of social housing announced by the local government at the beginning of its term. The 62 homes, located in the La Bòbila area of Sitges, are distributed in four blocks, with two and three bedroom apartments, and two homes with four bedrooms.In order to be eligible for this new promotion, applicants must have a minimum of three consecutive years of residency registration in Sitges, or a total of 12 previously accumulated years for Sitges residents who have lived elsewhere. Applications must be made via the Register of Applicants for Officially Protected Housing in the town. The deadline to sign up is 5 September. Click here for full details on how to register.

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