Stop the superbonus, now the technicians look at Pnrr and regeneration

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Engineers, architects, surveyors and industrial experts. Even professionals – as well as businesses and homeowners – are faced with the end of the 110 or 90 percent super bonus. When the possibility of exploiting the benefit in its richest versions closed – without extensions – on 31 December, a golden season ended for the technicians. Of course, condominiums and buildings of a single owner with up to four units, if they have not finished the efficiency works or anti-seismic safety measures by 2023, will still have 70% this year and 65% in 2025. But scenario has changed.

The spending of the superbonus could exceed 100 billion euros in three years with the final rush to the latest certifications, in a market that has generated over 400 thousand jobs in construction, including those in design. To which we must add the further boost of other incentives for building recovery (from the 50% renovation bonus, through the now abolished 90% facade bonus up to the 75% architectural barrier bonus, just limited to stairs, ramps and elevators from 2024).

Almost one architect in two (41%), according to a survey by the National Council, has “intercepted” jobs linked to the 110%, while three in four (75%) have worked with any of the construction bonuses.

Income growth

The results of this involvement are also evident from the income declarations. «In 2021 the total income of members marked an exceptional growth never previously recorded (+34.8%) – we read in Inarcassa’s 2024 forecast budget – almost entirely due to the growth of the average income (+31.2%) ». According to the social security organization for engineers and architects, it was precisely the latter who recorded the biggest jump. An increase that Inarcassa does not hesitate to define as «certainly the effect of the bonuses and the overly rewarding measures, but also of the restart of the construction sector».

The industrial experts did even better. The trade fund, the Eppi, certifies an average increase in incomes in 2022 compared to 2020 of 61.4% and compared to 2021 alone of 26% which has rewarded in particular the (few) registered women and young people under 35. Also optimistic the surveyors’ forecasts: for the year just ended the trade fund records in its 2024 budget forecast “an increase in income and turnover of 20% and 14.4 percent respectively”.

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