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Thursday, 31 January 2019

Town In Italy Offers $10,000 To People Who Move There And Give Birth

An Italian town is offering new residents $10,000 to relocate and have a baby.


Locana, a small town located North West Italy, is experiencing a major emigration or high loss of population, the Mayor of  the town is offering a reward of $10,000 to people willing to settle down in the town.

Anyone wanting to relocate to the Alpine commune in the Piedmont region could be paid up to $10,000 (€9,000) over three years to make Locana their home.


Giovanni Bruno Mattiet, Locana’s mayor, has made the offer in the hope of saving the community from dying out.

At first, Mattiet appealed to Italians or foreigners already living in Italy to relocate to Locana but the response was not encouraging, He is now extending the offer to non-Italians living abroad as well.

Due to the dwindling population, the community has seen shops, restaurants and amenities shut and its only school is facing closure. Last year there were 40 deaths in the town but just 10 babies were born, with a similar ratio in previous years.

The population of Locana has shrunk to less than 1,500 people from the over 7,000 residents who lived in Locana in the early 1900s.

Locana mayor, Mr Mattiet, told CNN:


People left looking for a job at Turin’s big factories. Our school each year faces the risk of shutting down due to few pupils. I can’t allow this to happen.

We’re looking to draw mostly young people and professionals who work remotely or are willing to start an activity here.

There are dozens of closed shops, bars, restaurants and boutiques just waiting for new people to run them.

Locana offers a healthy lifestyle, great food and folklore fairs all-year round.

Another Piedmont town also trying to draw in new residents is offering to give $1,144 (€1,000) to anyone who has a baby there, and another $2,288 (€2,000) to anyone willing to start and register a business.

Borgomezzavalle on the Italian/Swiss border is also offering abandoned cottages, barns and stables for just €1, which is 87p, and the crumbling buildings have to be refurbished within two years, Daily Mail reports. Authorities in the remote towns hope the low taxes and cheap cost of living will attract people from outside the area to come and live.

The Sicilian village of Sambuca is also offering properties for less than 90p, on the condition that prospective buyers have three years to refurbish the homes. Sambuca, which was named Italy’s most beautiful village in 2016, has been suffering from depopulation, with several homes in the village left empty.


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