Superior Council of the Colleges of Architects of Spain (CSCAE) has launched a statement calling for more affordable access to housing in Spain on the sidelines of the UIA 2022 ‘Affordable Housing Activation’ International Forum, held in Madrid this May.
In this sense, CSCAE highlights that the two main problems of the housing market in Spain are the difficulty of access and the aging of the real estate stock. For this reason, in a document signed by the plenary session of the College of Architects, it advocates cooperation between public and private administrations to guarantee the right to housing, which includes Spanish Constitution,
Despite the fact that this right occupies a central place in the global legal system, millions of people around the world live in conditions that compromise their human rights and dignity or are evicted from their homes. houses», can be read in the CSCAE announcement.
Architects have positively valued Spanish Urban Agenda as a “substantial” instrument for urban regeneration but has included other important real estate market needs in its manifesto.
In particular, the CSCAE has opted for public-private cooperation because the management of one cannot replace the initiative of the other, “but encourage it”. In addition, public officials are urged to “speed up” the procedures for acquisition To achieve efficiency and quality, of a household.
don’t limit the area
“It is convenient to overcome the traditional differences between public and private, enabling intermediate solutions that facilitate access to housing, whether participatory, collaboration, self-promotion, surface transfer or any other potential option support.” He has appealed for “convenience and” from the legislative and political aspects. don’t limit» field action.
As for the budget aspect, the Association of Architects considers it “essential” and encourages betting on mortgage mechanisms that have proven to be the “most effective element” for home purchases. In addition, he pointed out that to tax It cannot be an “unbearable” burden for a good “so fundamental and necessary”
Finally, the measures that bet on urban regeneration spanish soilThe Spanish will improve the economy, environment and social integration, “at levels parallel to the European ones”, as reported by CSCAE.
Architects claim housing is more affordable in Spain