Village renewal: municipal support Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
Village renewal is a support instrument of the country to support the municipalities, which carry out their structural development as a task of self-government and at the same time part of an active structural policy for rural areas. The aim of the village renewal is to support a sustainable and sustainable development of the village and to maintain and develop the village as an independent living, working, social and cultural area. Maintaining or strengthening the diversity of functions of the villages in economic, ecological, social and cultural terms is a major concern of village renewal. The main tasks of village renewal include, in particular, structural improvement measures, which also contribute above all to the stabilisation or strengthening of the town centres, e.B.: The creation or safeguarding of jobs close to the place of residence. Securing or restoring local basic supplies of everyday goods. The conversion of vacant, site-defining building material for living and working. Securing and improving the village and the structural order. The preservation and renewal of local image-defining and regionally typical building material and settlement structures. The restoration or preservation of the unity of village and landscape. The promotion of the commitment and self-initiative of the villagers for the interests of their village. The implementation of a comprehensive information, education and counselling work within the framework of the village moderation Promotions: Grants are granted for the following projects (exemplary list): preparation and implementation of the information, education and counselling work necessary for the village renewal measures in the context of the village moderation; Updating and further developing existing village renewal concepts as well as consulting services for local communities; structural measures for the renewal, extension, conversion or extension of older buildings with courtyard and green areas of importance to the site and the landscape, including additional expenditure due to the preservation of monuments and additional construction-ecological expenditures; creation of new housing in town centres by re-using vacant buildings or closing gaps in scale, village architecture (additional design expenditure); construction measures within the local location for the maintenance and re-establishment of workplaces close to the premises; preservation, design and development of ecologically or regionally caring and typically rural and traditionally significant areas, as well as measures to improve the integration of villages into the landscape; near-natural design and restoration of inner-local streams to support ecological diversity in the village; expenditure on the conservation and creation of habitats for endangered and village-typical animal and plant species; Improving the living environment by dismantling sealed areas into near-natural open spaces; environmentally friendly development and design of road spaces and squares with a significance beyond the traffic and development function. investment projects to secure and develop a needs-based local basic supply of goods and services, the creation and improvement of the functioning of public service facilities, especially in buildings or installations that characterise the landscape; exceptionally, projects necessary for the establishment of a support institution for the measure; initiative projects and smaller construction projects of local social, cultural and advisory work, in particular local self-help groups for children, young people, the disabled and the elderly; measures to create environmentally sound village tourism and natural recreation, including joint projects by several municipalities; Construction measures are only supported in buildings that shape the landscape; The amount of the grant shall be based on the applicant's financial capacity and the national interest in the implementation of the project. The subsidy rate may be up to 65% of the eligible costs. No subsidies: Projects that are not supported are which are all or mainly beauty repairs or are used for construction maintenance, represent the measures in new-build areas which have already been started.
Application Plans Cost estimates Photos Excerpt from the village renewal concept
Expert advice from a funding and development law point of view can be found with the village renewal officer of the district administration. The district administration bundles all municipal applications and draws up a list of priorities, which it submits to the ADD. The ADD coordinates these with the district administration and submits the funding applications to the ISM for approval.
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