Just read this article, does it mean that they will collect the 4euro per sqm of building every time you pay your electric bill, or that it will be calculated into your electric bill over a yearly period.
Confused, I am!
Message posted by Elliemay on 11áSeptemberá2011 at 6:14pm - IP Logged
So if it's all buildings that means hotels etc are going to be paying much, much more that means costs passed on to tourists = less tourists = less revenue for restaurants, bars etc who have had taxes increased by 4euro sqm = more decline = bye bye Corfu. CRAZY!!!
Message posted by trisa on 11áSeptemberá2011 at 7:09pm - IP Logged
Having read the link to Athens News, can anybody clarify whether the calculation is based on the whole house or just the footprint square meterage? Also, is this a 'one off' payment to be calculated over two years or an annual payment?
Message posted by trisa on 11áSeptemberá2011 at 7:59pm - IP Logged
At the moment there's just not enough information to know the answer corfuwolves. I think we're just going to have to wait and see, or wait until the next electricity bill arrives!
Reading the article my impression is that payments for this year will have to be made with the bills up until February. Payments for the year from February will also be in instalments but I'm just guessing and I'm probably guessing wrong!
Message posted by corfuwolves on 11áSeptemberá2011 at 8:06pm - IP Logged
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