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Brownfield Brownfield

Area Salvi Bonaventura

Via Caravaggio - 24012 - Val Brembilla (BG)

  • Property
  • Total GFA
    2.500 m²
  • Reference sector
Property Private
Total GFA 2.500 m²
Buildable area 500 m²
Details on size of the area and the buildings Totally industrial
Reference sector Industrial
Urban planning constraints Environmental obligation L.D. 42/04 (150 mt from rivers), and hydraulic obligation 10 mt waterway
Remediation Not necessary
Digital infrastructure Ultra-broadband project in definition phase – currently absent
No. of structures present 1
Year of construction 2002
Preservation or maintenance status New
Brief description Ideal for logistics, large manoeuvring spaces, building permits for remaining areas
Energy performance absence of energy performance as it is storage
Features and equipment Parking
Type of operation Redevelopment
Investment type Location, Sales
Sales price range (€/m²) 240,00
Rental price range (€/m²) 50,00
Key opportunities
Accessibility to infrastructure and services
Presence of ample parking, manoeuvre areas and areas suited for stocking merchandise
Accessibility to infrastructure and services
Area adjacent to the main road axis
Competitive economic context
High concentration of businesses in the manufacturing sector in the area
Sectors favoured for an investment Manufacturing
Investments not permitted Unhealthful activities in category 1
toll station
A4 - Dalmine
20 km

Strada Statale 470
6 km

railway station
Stazione Ferroviaria Ponte San Pietro (BG)
20 km

Aeroporto Internazionale di Orio al Serio (BG)
25 km
Semplification commitments
  • Guarantees that the Action Plan presented by the company is adopted by the City Council in less than 90 days from the date the request was registered.
  • Releases, upon a complete request being made, a Planning Permission in less than 60 days from the request.
  • Ensures an online 'front office' service or a dedicated section in the municipality's portal where investors or potential investors can find all useful information.
  • Uses and implements the 'electronic desk'.
  • Simplifies payments by creating a single contact for the payment of all expenses owed to the municipality and other entities.
  • Uses the SUAP [single contact point for productive activity] for proper additions to the Electronic Company File.
  • Guarantees a training course for the SUAP operators.
  • Participates in training programs related to the Electronic Company File.
Economic and fiscal incentives
  • Declares in advance all the urban planning and construction expenses, making sure not to introduce additional expenses.
  • Provides for an IMU [municipal property tax] tax rate of 8,7‰ + TASI [municipal tax on community services] tax rate of 1.1‰ (for cadastral categories D TASI tax rate of 1‰)
  • Reduces the TARI [waste disposal tax] by 30% from the current amount for activities that dispose "on their own" of their own special waste.
  • Provides a TARI exemption.
  • Provides reimbursement of IMU and TASI debits and credits.
  • Reduces the primary and secondary land development expenses, as follows: PRESENT PARAMETERS Expenses of urban. primary: €/smq 20,27 Expenses of urban. secondary: €/smq 10,19 Standard urban: €/smq 100,00 Cost of construction: €/smq 408,20 Waste treatment and disposal costs: €/smq 3,50; REDUCED PARAMETERS FOR THE AREAS SUBJECT OF THE CALL Expenses of urban. primary: €/smq 14.41 Expenses of urban. secondary: €/smq 4.97 Standard urban: €/smq 41.00 Cost of construction: €/smq 320.76 Waste treatment and disposal costs: €/smq 3.50;
  • Reduces the qualitative standard and any expenses needed to change designation of use by 21%.
Promotional activities and assistance to investors
  • Provides preliminary consulting services and support to companies in the presentation and implementation of their projects, with the issuance of written opinions if requested in the proposal.
  • Holds regular meetings to solve any problems with the investment process and to provide support regarding methods for payment of local taxes.
  • Enables forms of collaboration with the credit institutions in the region.