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'Energy-efficient' homes to attract IBI tax rebates
29 September 2015 @ 09:23

HOMES in Spain classed as 'energy-efficient' will get a 20% rebate on their IBI tax from next year, the central government treasury has announced.

The ultimate decision as to whether to cut rates will rest with town councils, but the PP government has changed the law to allow them to make the reductions.

Properties with a poor energy consumption level – rated F and G – or with no energy certificate will not get a discount, but they will not see their IBI rise either.

Those considered to be the most energy-efficient houses and flats, rated A, will be entitled to 20% off their IBI if their town council agrees to adopt the move.

Homes rated B for energy use will get a reduction of 16%, whilst those classed as C can obtain up to 12% off.


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