As medidas agora adotadas pela Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, alargam o apoio ao rendimento das famílias e das empresas, na fase difícil que a cidade se encontra. Serão avaliadas em permanência, tendo em vista o seu desenvolvimento e adequação à situação.
Câmara Municipal de Lisboa aprovou por unanimidade, em reunião extraordinária do executivo municipal, de 30 de julho de 2020, mais 3,5 milhões de euros em apoios às empresas e ao emprego da cidade.
A proposta defende a continuação, até ao final do ano de 2020, de medidas de isenção de rendas e taxas no âmbito do apoio extraordinário à atividade de instituições culturais, sociais, desportivas e recreativas, dos profissionais da área da cultura, dos comerciantes e das empresas.
Medidas aplicam-se a pessoas singulares e coletivas que tenham contratos celebrados com o município e que tenham por objeto fins não habitacionais:
rendas de lojas que funcionam em espaços municipais;
taxas das bancas dos mercados geridos diretamente pela CML (Campo de Ourique e Ribeira);
taxas de ocupação da via pública pagas por feirantes das feiras do Relógio, Galinheiras e da Ladra;
taxas pagas por quiosques e bancas;
contratos com associações desportivas, culturais, sociais ou recreativas;
contratos com pessoas singulares que exerçam atividade de âmbito cultural.
As medidas de isenção a aplicar - de 1 de julho até ao fim de 2020 - são de 50% do valor devido, em cada renda e taxa. Para aceder a esta isenção, as entidades e as pessoas singulares, deverão apresentar um pedido à Câmara e demonstrar que sofreram uma quebra de receita devido à atual crise económica criada pela pandemia.
As instalações e estabelecimentos que sejam obrigados a encerrar, poderão ter uma isenção de 100% do valor devido durante o período de encerramento.
All social housing rent payments will be suspended until 30 June 2020. This measure will benefit 24,000 families and 70,000 people.
After the aforementioned date, the amount not charged can be repaid over 18 months, free of interest and charges.
Families will be entitled to request a review of their monthly rents at any time, namely in case of lower household incomes and/or unemployment.
The tenants of commercial establishments owned by the municipality (city council or municipal companies) that were forced to close will be fully exempted from paying rent.
This measure will be in place until 30 June 2020 and also applies to all kiosks and shops located in municipal boroughs that remain open.
This measure is implemented in coordination with the Port of Lisbon Administration, thus applying to commercial establishments operating in the Port of Lisbon area, without prejudice to any specific conditions included in the agreements managed by this entity.
Public space occupancy and commercial advertising rates will be suspended. Banks, credit institutions and insurers are excluded from the scope of this measure and will be required to continue paying these rates.
This measure also applies to fees charged by Parish Councils.
The suspension period shall begin retroactively on 1 March 2020 and end on 30 June 2020.
Any establishments whose annual licences expire during the suspension period will only be required to apply for renewal and make the respective payments after 30 June 2020.
Regular purchase of fresh produce directly from producers at markets currently closed and delivery of produce to welfare associations in Lisbon.
The provision prohibiting the use of non-reusable plastic will not enter into force before 30 June 2020, such as to facilitate take-away trade and supply.
The City of Lisbon will ensure the implementation of the Lisbon City Council and municipal company investment plan for 2020 and subsequent years, estimated at €620 million, with a view to improving public services, supporting employment and maintaining productive capacity.
Urban licensing services will be continue to be fully ensured by more than 400 employees working from home. This measure aims to support all architects, project designers, investors and construction companies, such as to foster employment and economic recovery.
Payments to project designers, namely architecture, engineering and technical service companies, will be made in advance.
This measure will allow for immediate payment against delivery of up to 50% of projects; the remainder shall be paid after project approval, as per usual.
A team will be formed for the purpose of aiding micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (Lisboa Empreende) by providing information on existing support measures and advice on how to mitigate the effects of the crisis and promote economic recovery.
The team, which will include experts from various areas, will be formed by the Lisbon City Council and Startup Lisboa.
A marketplace will be specially created to match the needs of companies, institutions and municipalities to the skills and services offered by the Lisbon entrepreneurial system.
Technological solutions will be developed in order to allow start-ups to continue operating and respond to current challenges.
Cultural entities will receive full payment for any agreements already signed, namely with the EGEAC, with a view to providing financial support and facilitating programme rescheduling and online broadcasting.
Support to cultural entities and activities will be extended to entities and/or activities not currently benefitting from municipal subsidies, namely through the Municipal Emergency Fund.
The fund created to support acquisitions in the area of fine arts will also be increased and its scope extended to books and public art.