Benidorm approves the sixth batch of 'Paréntesis Aid', and has already granted €4.2 million


October 20, 2021
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The Local Government Board (JGL) of Benidorm has approved a new remittance of aid from the second call for aid from the Paréntesis Plan (Resistir plan) for an amount of €250,971.28, as explained by the Councilor for Employment, Mónica Gómez .

The amount of these grants, co-financed by the City Council, the Alicante Provincial Council and the Generalitat Valenciana, amounts to €2,000, to which is added another €200 'extra' for each employee who is registered on the 31st December.

101 companies and professionals of the city will benefit from this remittance, which can already be consulted on the Notice Board of the municipal Electronic Headquarters.

With this, the City Council has already approved “six remittances of aid from this second call, with which the amount granted rises to €4,214,746, 23 to more than 1,800 companies and professionals in the city from numerous sectors affected by the pandemic ”said the mayor.

Within the measures promoted to favor access to these grants, the City Council has launched two calls, "expanding the beneficiary sectors and activities and extending the application deadlines to give companies and the self-employed a longer period." 

The councilor has once again emphasized that the Benidorm City Council works so that these 'Parenthesis Aids' reach "the largest possible number of professionals and companies", since the bases of the call, drawn up by the Generalitat Valenciana, "left out an important part of the productive fabric of Benidorm that, fundamentally due to having more than 10 workers, could not attend these calls ”