Andalusia confirms that only 594 Sareb houses out of more than 2,000 are usable — idealista/news

Andalusia confirms that only 594 Sareb houses out of more than 2,000 are usable — idealista/news

2023-05-11 16:26:57

The Minister of Development, Articulation of the Territory and Housing of the Junta de Andalucía, Rocío Díaz, has pointed out that of the 2,040 homes that would correspond to Andalusia from the Asset Management Company for Bank Restructuring (Sareb) following the announcement by the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, to mitigate the housing problem, “only 594 will be are in usable conditions.

This is what Díaz pointed out when asked by Vox in parliamentary committee and specified that it was this Thursday when he received a letter from Sareb detailing the situation of the homes. “Andalusia would have 2,040 homes, of which 594 are in usable conditions and 1,446 need physical or documentary adaptation,” she indicated.

“In the letter, Sareb makes an inventory of the 594 homes that we do have and that are in a condition to be used,” said Díaz, who stressed that “he will look in detail and study carefully” this list after stating that The Andalusian government is “suspicious” of Pedro Sánchez’s “electoral” ads.

“Pedro Sánchez made an electoral promise one Sunday from a rally and two days later his First Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño, recognized that only 9,000 homes out of 50,000 were ready to live in, 14,000 were illegally occupied, 12,000 they need reforms and 15,000 are mere projects”, criticized the Andalusian minister.

For his part, Vox deputy Alejandro Hernández has maintained that the figure of 2,040 Sareb social rental homes for Andalusia comes “at a time when a housing law has been approved that harms owners in the face of squatters and that the rental housing stock will contract”.

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