The Council of Ministers approved this Tuesday the definitive allocation of 2,456,388.89 euros to 61 projects in the municipalities of Malaga of Alhaurin de la Torre, Alozaina, Malaga capital and Estepona, to carry out actions to repair or restore municipal equipment, infrastructure and services, as well as the road networks affected by the storm Filomenawhich triggered a storm of wind, heavy rain and intense snowfall in various parts of Spain between January 6 and 10, 2021.
This subsidy is part of Royal Decree Law 10/2021, which adopts urgent measures to alleviate the damage caused by said stormy episode and for Andalusia as a whole, the approved allocation reaches 4.2 million euros.
In this way, the Ministry of Territorial Policy will subsidize 50% of the eligible budget of the 61 projects presented by the four municipalities to repair the damage caused, amounting to a total of 4,912,780.06 euros.
Alhaurín de la Torre, the most popular
Specifically, the City Council of Alhaurín de la Torre has been the one that more projects has presenteda total of 30, amounting to 3,516,461.90 euros, of which 1,758,230.89 euros will be financed by the Ministry, followed by Alozainewhich has presented 26 projects for an amount of 1,119,788.70 euros, of which 559,894.31 euros will be financed.
Far from these figures, the Estepona City Council is financed 94,294.11 euros from three projects with a total amount of 188,588.25 euros. And in the case of the city of Malagathere are two projects presented (87,941.21 euros) and to which the Ministry allocates €43,970.60.
These subsidies are governed in accordance with the provisions of Order HAP/196/2015, which approves the regulatory bases for subsidies whose purpose is the execution of works of repair or restitution of: infrastructures, equipment and installations and services of municipal ownership and associations, as a result of natural disasters, as well as road networks of the provincial councils, councils, island councils and uniprovincial autonomous communities.