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Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)
Public subsidies and grants are granted on application for the preservation and conservation of listed buildings.
In addition to this direct support, tax concessions serve as compensation for the considerable costs imposed on owners by monument protection legislation.
In order to be able to claim the tax relief, you need a special tax certificate, which must be submitted to the tax office. You can obtain this certificate on request from your local heritage authority.
The tax certificate can be issued by the relevant monument protection authority for all types of cultural monuments on which measures have been carried out which, in terms of type and scope
on which construction work is being carried out which, in terms of type and scope
- contribute to the preservation of the cultural monument or
- for an appropriate use
An indispensable prerequisite is the prior detailed coordination of the entire measure with the monument protection authorities and the corresponding execution in accordance with the monument.
Coordination can also take place within the approval procedure under monument law if the monument protection authorities have given their prior written consent.
Who should I contact?
To the monument protection authorities.
State Office for Monument Preservation
What are the fees?
The certificate is subject to a fee of 0.25 percent of the certified amount, but at least EUR 25.00.
What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?
- §§ Sections 7i, 10f, 10g, 11b of the Income Tax Act (EStG),
- Guideline on the granting of subsidies for the preservation, maintenance and restoration of cultural monuments (subsidy guideline for the preservation of cultural monuments).
Applications / forms
Application documents and confirmation of monument status can be obtained from the monument protection authorities.
What else should I know?
General information on monument protection can be found on the websites of the state government of Schleswig-Holstein and the Hanseatic City of Lübeck.
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