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06 Apr 2010 00:00 by jonean02 Star rating in Chelmsford and garde.... 18 forum posts Send private message

When I visited the apartment over easter for the first time since October, I had a pre printed note in my post box from what I believe is the Murcia council in Alhama dated November and then two follow up messages from the post office dated December that had sender again as Murcia regional offices in Alhama. They were of course in Spanish, but I couldn't get the the offices as it was easter. Does anybody know what they are? I spoke to the girl in the golf shop who said quite a few people had asked but she didnt know what they were. Can anybody shed some light on the subject.

Andy



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06 Apr 2010 18:42 by andypin Star rating in Dublin and Naranjos .... 78 forum posts Send private message

Hi Andy,

I think it's related to this this thread http://www.eyeonspain.com/community-forum/19036/i-am-on-this-listwhat-should-i-do.aspx.

I had the same correspondence so I emailed the council at mailto:catastro.alhama@asirec.es and attached completed IBI direct debit forms to pay the council tax. I received a reply giving me the amount owed and bank details to pay to for 2009 (worked out at €90 between 2 of us). I think the IBI forms are in the community documents section on this site.

If you don't get a reply from them (took me a couple of weeks), pm me and I'll give you the direct email address of a very helpful guy at Alham council. Not sure if I'm allowed to publish his details here.

Cheers
Andy



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07 Apr 2010 00:26 by dringman Star rating in www.Condadoexcursion.... 773 forum posts Send private message

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see docs on Forum page  by tabs for photos neighbours etc



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07 Apr 2010 19:09 by jonean02 Star rating in Chelmsford and garde.... 18 forum posts Send private message

Thanks for the replies. I managed to find the docs and the string of information in a previous forum message gave me a link to a document that had myself and wife as 'Pardoned'. What i'll do now is set about completeing the form and e mailing to the alhama address provided and find out what I owe.

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07 Apr 2010 20:11 by ptan Star rating in Los Naranjos Jardine.... 1696 forum posts Send private message

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Hi Andy,

You have been declared "Padron"ed rather than "Pardon"ed,
 

What is the Padron Municipal?
Every municipality in Spain holds a record of local residents; the
Padron. This is held at the town hall (Ayuntamiento). The UK
equivalent would be the electoral role. Anybody who owns a
property in Spain should register, whether they live here
permanently or not. Even if you are renting on a long term basis,
you can apply to be registered. However, take note that you can
only be registered on one Padron


Who does it benefit?

The Municipality:
Although, it is not compulsory to be registered, it benefits both you and the municipality (borough) which, as a home owner, you are part of. It benefits the municipality because the local government receives funding depending on the number of people registered on the Padron. For this reason, it is imperative that you register to ensure the amount of funds necessary to run the municipality (borough) and maintain the infrastructure are received by the local government.

The funding is used for essential amenities such as policing,  health centres, cleaning and maintenance. If you do not register,  basic services will suffer as they do in many areas as so many foreign residents do not bother to register,manly because they are unaware that they should. It even affects staffing in the health clinics, post office and all the services that we take for granted.

You:
If you are planning to live here and have children, it gives you the right to enrol your children in the local schools (if places are limited preference will be given to registered children). It also allows you to take advantage of local leisure facilities with discounted fees at the municipal sports centre and exercise
classes. It is often necessary when looking for work via the municipal ‘job centre’ equivalent. There are numerous advantages to having a certificate of empadronamiento (issued to you when you register).


Hope that helps.

 Phil
 



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