Adeje offers direct aid to those in the restaurant sector with a fund of 700,000 euros
The Adeje department of economic development and employment is making direct grants available to those in the restaurant sector. The councillor in charge of the department, Raquel Rodríguez Alonso, said that goal was to reactivate and energise the local restaurant sector, allowing businesses to re-open or remain open and regain a competitive edge. “This is another measure we are introducing to meet the difficulties that have been created by the health crisis”.
This particular financial aid will be for those autonomous/self-employed, and small businesses operating in the municipality of Adeje. Those who benefit do not have to be resident in Adeje, but the business must be based there, and the amount per person will be €2,000, and applications for aid will be open from the middle of July. The councillor added that a further one million euros will be made available during the year to assist other local business sectors in the overall economic recovery period post-Covid.
It is important to state that the aid is for those businesses that have been visibly affected by closure due to the pandemic, or have registered a marked decline in income as a result of measures taken to remain open during the crisis. Furthermore, to be eligible for the grant, those applying must be registered with Social Security and the Hacienda administrations.
Other articles that may interest you...
The applications must be sent to the economic development sector in the Adeje council, digitally via the council’s online page www.ayuntamientodeadeje.es, within 10 days from the official publication of the notice. From that date the full details will be available online the council webpage. For any further clarification people can email email@example.com or call 922 756 249.