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21/12/2022 – The Superbonus had a decisive impact on the growth of the national GDP, increased direct and indirect jobs in the construction sector and had a key role in redevelopment and efficiency of the vast and dated Italian real estate heritage.

This is what comes out of the research”The impact of 110%. on the national economic system, Lazio and Roman”, created by Cremation per Ance Roma – ACER on the processing of data from Enea and the State and presented yesterday.

In Lazio, in particular, until 31 October 2022, 28,229 construction sites had been started for 5.080 billion euros. Of the open construction sites in the region, no less than 66% are located in Rome and its province: in this area alone 13,835 construction sites were activated for a total amount of 3,359 billion euros .

“The fiscal incentives activated with the Superbonus – he commented Lorenzo Bellicini, Director of Cresme – are certainly important expenditures initiated by the State, the choice to operate with a very high incentive value in a very short time certainly led to exaggerated market dynamicsat the same time but this policy was going measured in terms of public investment and from this point of view evaluated”.

“Certainly the impact on the construction sector was important – continued Bellicini – and the employment data proves this, the ISTAT data tells us that in the first half of 2022 direct employment in construction grew by 293,000 units compared to 2019 (services lost 163,000 jobs); but the most recent data from Casse Edili leads us to estimate for 2022 growth of 460,000 employees compared to the pre-pandemic period of 2019“.

“Furthermore, as the research shows – added the Director of Cresme -, 22% of 2022 GDP growth is due for the Superbonus. And once again, an assessment of the impact of the Superbonus interventions on the objectives of the PNIEC leads us to say that in one year energy saving levels have been achieved in the residential sector equal to 2.2 times in a year l -a goal established by the National Integrated Plan. for Energy and Climate”.

“The need review of incentive levels therefore they must be developed consider the costs and outcomes of the interventions” – stressed Bellicini.

“With Cresme we wanted to explore the implications of the Superbonus – he declared Antonio Ciucci, President of Ance Rome – ACER – and the research presented today highlights, on the one hand, the goodness of the measure in relation to the effects on jobs and environmental benefits, on the other hand, some shadows that definitely require further reflection careful to correct what does not work in terms of costs for the State coffers. It is from here that we have to start again to introduce one into the system a sustainable measure, which has shown its importance for fiscal and financial gainsin the short and long term, and for the climate”.

“From 2022 to today – added Lorenzo Sette, Vice President of the Ance Roma Study Center – ACER – the Superbonus boosted the GDP and created jobs, helped to make the building stock more efficient and shorten the distance in light of the European objectives to come. achieved by 2030 on the decarbonisation front. Undoubtedly, the subsidy had a positive impact on the construction sector, but above all it proved to be a push towards recovery. This is confirmed by the data, as shown by the analysis that Cresme did for our association. Of course, after 18 regulatory changes, it would now be appropriate to make the 110% incentive structural and become a real sectoral policy with certain rules and deadlines”.

“Our companies have invested in this tool from the very beginning, and have given their share. The measure remains valid, despite the costs, the difficulties in the transfer of credits, the continuous regulatory changes and the uncertainties that have had repercussions in the last two years, not only on our system, but also on families. Difficulties compounded by the disturbing and anomalous increase in prices, the high price of raw materials and the lack of skilled workers on construction sites. The Superbonus must become structural, not cancelled. Proceed with the modification of the points that did not work by limiting the costs and allocating annual expenditure from the state budget for energy and the seismic redevelopment of the Italian building heritage” – concluded Benedetta Bonifati, Vice President of the Private Construction of Ance Rome – ACER .

Source: Press office Ance Roma – ACER

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