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All of us, the owners, in the Urbanization of Planes del Rei, pay the IBI € 250,000 every year.
WHAT IS THE IBI? (data available on the website of the Ministry of Economy and Finance of the Spanish government)
The Real Estate Tax (IBI, in Spain, also known as SUMA in the province of Alicante) is an annual local property tax levied by the municipal administration of the municipality where the accommodation is located.
The administration uses this tax to cover the cost of maintaining local facilities and infrastructure.
So, Mr. Mayor, the Town Hall of Pratdip has 250,000 € annually to provide us with the minimum services.
So what are these minimum services?
The minimum services are an obligation of the Town halls of Spain
Law 7/1985, of April 2, regulating the bases of the local regime
1. Municipalities must provide, in all cases, the following services:
a) In all municipalities: public lighting, cemetery, waste collection, street cleaning, drinking water supply at home, sanitation, access to towns and paving of public roads (Knowing that the collection of household waste and the supply of drinking water are services that we pay apart from the IBI).
Mr. Mayor, here is what the law says.
For the association “les Vecinos de Planes del Rei(SOSPlanes)”