E ask for the 110% superbonus to be extended at least until 31 December 2023 for all areas of application envisaged and for all subjects admitted to the deduction, but with an immediate official extension because “waiting for the 2022 Budget law would cause the market to be blocked, fueling a disastrous situation for construction sites and projects in progress, which could be blocked or badly realized “.
Furthermore, the impulse to the construction sector – explain the promoters of the appeal – is closely linked to the opportunity to discount immediately or have the credit in the very short term. For this reason, they consider it essential that the same deadlines are followed also for the opportunity of the assignment of the credit or the discount on the invoice.
“Removed this possibility, we would return to the pre-DL34 Relaunch numbers, less incisive on the market and on the environment – explain the Associations -. We hope this request can be understood and accepted by the government in order not to frustrate the results of a measure that could have had a really positive impact on our economy ”.
According to the signatories, the rush to comply the current deadlines so short it also has profound negative implications for the shortage of materials with extension of delivery times and further price increase which is already blocking projects that no longer fall within the ceilings and the adequacy check.
Superbonus, companies: ‘the current deadlines are too short’
“This situation is already underway – the Associations specify -: today, in fact, the scarcity of materials and raw materials implies the wait of at least 4 months for the supply of products and systems as well as scaffolding and ancillary works. It should not be forgotten that the interventions potentially covered by the superbonus are substantial and also require on average long planning and feasibility times, not to mention that the energy requalification works of the envelope are normally carried out in periods that are not too cold, so over 12 months there are 8 ” .
“Likewise – they add – the difficulty of activating the credit transfer or the discount on the invoice increases, fundamental opportunities that must go hand in hand with contracts and therefore must have the same deadlines as the incentive measure “.
According to the companies, if you want to aim for an effective reduction in consumption and emissions, it becomes it is essential to intervene on condominiums and with urban regeneration projects, with demolition and reconstruction. In both cases, the current deadlines or the annual extension are not enough. Several years and above all certainties are needed to propose, define, decide, deliberate, start and finish a job in multi-family buildings. If the works are not finished by the deadline, all or most of the benefit could be forfeited.
“It would be essential to give market players and citizens a long-term vision, at least five years, of the entire existing incentive framework through the drafting of the strategy for the energy requalification of buildings, as required by the European Directive for energy efficiency in buildings (EPBD) ”- conclude the Associations.
* AIPE – Italian Association of Expanded Polystyrene, ANIT – National Association for Thermal and Acoustic Insulation, ANPE – National Association of Rigid Expanded Polyurethane, Assovernici, AssoESCo, CNA Costruzioni, Conflavoro PMI, FINCO with its federated associations interested in the subject (Aceper, Acmi, Ait, Anaci, Anfit, Anfus, Assites, Assocompositi, Assofrigoristi, Assoverde, Fiper, Fire, Steel Promotion Foundation, Harley Dikkinson Association, Pile, Unicmi, Zenital), Kyoto Club, Network of Technical Professions, IRENE Network, Renovate Italy , Legacoop Production and Services, and Altroconsumo.
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