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Spain: The Canary Islands call for aid for investments in modernization and improvement of agricultural holdings

Spain
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 24, 2024

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The Official Gazette of the Canary Islands (BOC) has announced subsidies for the modernization and improvement of agricultural holdings from 2024 to 2028. The subsidies are designed to improve the economic results of agricultural properties and are available to farmers who meet certain conditions, including having the farm registered in the Farm Registry and maintaining the subsidized agricultural activity and property for at least five years. The subsidy amount is maximum annual aid of 250,000 euros. The application deadlines have been set in advance for the next few years, offering potential applicants clarity on the subsidy application periods.
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On April 22, the Official Gazette of the Canary Islands (BOC) published the Order calling for subsidies for the period 2024 to 2028 for investments in the modernization and/or improvement of agricultural holdings, in the field of agriculture, Strategic Plan of the Common Agricultural Policy (PEPAC) 2023-2027, provided for in the Order of February 5, 2024. To be beneficiaries of these funds, applicants must have the farm registered in the corresponding Farm Registry before the provisional resolution, except for young farmers; not be subject to prohibitions of the General Subsidies Law (LGS); maintain the subsidized agricultural activity and property for at least five years; not having been sanctioned for sex/gender discrimination; make investments after the non-commencement act; obtain the building permit before the subsidy acceptance period; not be in business crisis according to the Community Guidelines; and comply with at least the environmental and hygienic standards of the ...
Source: Agropopular
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