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Barcelona impone sanciones de 315.000 euros a pisos vacíos de la Sareb, BBVA y Santander

#50 Ejem, que Holanda ha prohibido la okupación recientemente es algo más que conocido. Ahora búscame la legislación previa a esa prohibición y dime que Holanda no era una democracia antes de 2010, como afirmaba #34
#55 A ver, alma cándida, en Holanda prohibieron la ocupación porque tienen un gobierno de derechas-liberal (reforzado por los populistas xenófobos que lideraron la prohibición de la okupación) y, además de la propiedad privedad, les encanta todo lo que huela a especulación. ¿Puedes traernos la legislación anterior a la prohibición para explicarnos que Holanda no era una democracia antes de 2010? En el mismo artículo de la wikipedia que nos traes explican que antes de 2010 Holanda era uno de los paraísos de los okupas, dándole la razón al articulista de eldiario con la excepción de las fechas: "Dutch squatting has its origins in the 1960s when the Netherlands was suffering a housing shortage while many properties stood empty. Property owners kept buildings empty in order to speculate and drive the market price upwards.[2] Squatting was seen as an anti-speculation political move, rather than a practical one. Property owners often failed to repair buildings in the hope of obtaining demolition permits.[2] Squatting gained legal status under a landmark Supreme Court ruling that the concept of domestic peace (huisvrede, requiring permission from the current occupant to enter a building) also applied to squatters just as to any other occupant. This meant that property owners could only evict squatters by taking them to court.[3]"
#58 Y que en Holanda no multen por tenerlas vacías (te las okupaban directamente) NO QUIERE DECIR QUE EN OTROS SITIOS NO SE HAGA.
En España tú puedes recuperar tu casa y hacer con ella lo que quieras, como plantarle fuego. En Holanda sólo podías recuperarla si demostrabas que no iba a quedar vacía.
#78 Aparte de todo lo nombrado anteriormente: "Malta has recently launched a programme to mobilize privately owned vacant homes for social housing, by guaranteeing rent benefits to the occupants. Ireland and
Spain have implemented programmes to use empty homes owned by banks as social housing, and a similar scheme was recently launched in Portugal. Taxation of empty homes is also being applied, in some cases at local level (Brussels, some Spanish municipalities), in other cases at national level (Portugal)"

www.housingeurope.eu/resource-468/the-state-of-housing-in-the-eu-2015

"One way of discouraging the hoarding of potential development sites is to levy taxes on them. Property and land taxes vary greatly across Europe, but in most countries they are paid on empty properties and building land, with forestry and agricultural land exempt.
In Flanders (Belgium) they charge an ‘activation fee’ on undeveloped plots and a vacancy fee on empty properties in any municipality where there is a shortage of housing. In Bulgaria, undeveloped plots are assessed at 125% of the normal tax rate. Hungary taxes any ‘idle’ land without buildings."

www.m3h.co.uk/publications/housingpoliciesineurope.pdf

Research del Parlamento Británico diciendo lo contrario que tú con respecto a la propiedad privada de la vivienda y hablando de que ciertas expropiaciones son legales (compulsory purchase): "High levels of empty properties are recognised as having a serious impact on the viability of communities. Consequently, it has been identified that dealing with empty properties can have social, regenerative, financial and strategic benefits.

Local authorities have a range of powers and incentives at their disposal to bring empty homes back into use. These include, but are not limited to, Empty Dwelling Management
Orders, Council Tax exemptions and premiums, enforced sales, compulsory purchase, and measures to secure the improvement of empty properties.

2.1 Identifying empty properties
Section 85 of the Local Government Act 2003 allows the use of information gathered as part of the Council Tax billing process to identify empty properties within an authority’s area.

2.3 Compulsory purchase"

researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/documents/SN03012/SN03012.pdf

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