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The Minister of Development, Infrastructures and Territorial Planning, Marifrán Carazo, during her appearance at the press conference following the meeting of the Governing Council of the Junta de Andalucía. In Seville, December 9th, 2020. – María José López – Europa Press
The Ministry of Development, Infrastructure and Land Management will approve in the first quarter of 2021 a new call for the Program for the Promotion of Rental Housing Stock at affordable prices that will allow the execution of up to 900 more rental homes.
This is reflected in a report raised this Wednesday to the Governing Council, which details that the two calls of the program already carried out in 2019 and 2020 have activated a total of 1,776 homes distributed in 54 promotions with a total investment of 146.3 million euros, of which 48.8 million are subsidized.
Since the approval in May 2019 of the order regulating the regulatory bases for the selection, on a competitive basis, of the promotions and the granting of the corresponding subsidies under this program, two calls have been managed. The result of both has been the implementation in 2019 of 22 promotions in seven provinces, for 712 new homes, with an investment of 63,361,717 euros, of which 19,511,259 are subsidized, while in 2020, 32 promotions have been launched in six provinces for 1,064 new homes, with an investment of 82,962,134 euros of which 29,307,046 are subsidized. Overall, the execution of 1,776 homes in 54 developments has been activated with a global investment of 146,323,851 euros, of which 48,818,305 are subsidized.
The Junta de Andalucía has agreed to request prior ratification from the Superior Court of Justice of Andalusia (TSJA) to restrict freedom of movement and the closure of non-essential activity in the Jaén municipality of Peal de Becerro, while it will not request it for Conil de la Frontera (Cádiz) although it also presents a rate of more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in 14 days.
Unlike what happened in the first weeks after the state of alarm, the Board does not automatically decree the perimeter closure and the suspension of non-essential activity of municipalities, but requests prior ratification to the TSJA after the Supreme Court ruled last May 21, in a resolution relating to the municipality of Montefrío (Granada), that such restrictions could not be applied without a state of alarm until the required judicial endorsement.
302 VACANCIES FOR 2021! OEP 2020+2019Whether you are going to start preparing for these oppositions or you are already studying them, below, we inform you of the new calls for 2021 as well as the current status of the call for 2019.
In the BOJA of December 15, 2020 the OEP 2020 of the Junta de Andalucía was approved with 175 new vacancies for the Administrative Corps.During the 2nd semester of 2021 the call for Administrative of the Junta de Andalucía will be published with the vacancies approved in the OEP 2019, 127, and most likely accumulating the vacancies of the OPE 2020, 175 vacancies. In total there would be 302 vacancies.
The selective process of 2019 is still active, corresponding to the vacancies of the OEP 2017+ 2018.Although the exams have already taken place, we are still waiting to know the list of approved candidates of this selective process.WHEN ARE THE ADMINISTRATIVE EXAMS?The first exercise of the 2019 call for Administrative staff of the Junta de Andalucía took place on March 6, 2021, while the second one on July 4, 2021.
It should be recalled that the Junta signed with Ferrovial in July 2018 a modification of the original contract (from April 2017) that entailed a budget increase of 5.9%, just before the Andalusian elections and whose processing was the reason for a lawsuit in the courts that was finally filed. The Junta relied, as Ferrovial requested, on the “continuous extraordinary emergency situations” in Andalusia from the original contract. Ferrovial, after that modification, had warned the Board that it would not renew in April 2019 the 2017 contract “given the impossibility of executing the same in the current economic conditions”, knowing that the contract had already been increased by 1.17 million.
In another resolution parallel to this one, in which CGT requested to be informed of the breakdown, by provincial centers, of the “increase in planned hours” that had been carried out by Ferrovial, the Transparency Council responds in the same line that the Board “offered certain information, however it has not been accredited that it made available to the complainant the breakdown by provincial centers”. “Consequently, not having been alleged by the body claimed any limitation or impeditive cause to access (…) can only, in accordance with the general rule of access to the information cited, to consider the claim”.