Pinto is a municipality in the Madrid Region that has a population of 51,526 inhabitants.
The city, which term covers 62.7 square kilometres, is located 20 km from the capital and just 30 kilometres from the Adolfo Suarez-Madrid airport. This situation makes Pinto one of the best connected cities in Spain.
In addition, Pinto is part of the most important communications hub in Spain, the Southern Economic Corridor, having the A4 highway that connects Madrid with Andalusia.
The city has managed to preserve its natural space, positioning itself as the city in the south of Madrid with the most green areas, exactly 27 square meters per person. Among these many green areas, the Juan Carlos I Park stands out.
Pinto also has all the services of the big cities and enjoys high levels of quality of life. Among its strengths, the solidity of its economy stands out, strongly marked by the industry.
Future industrial activities will take place in two large areas located between the Parla and Fuenlabrada highways, to the west of the Mateu-Cromo Industrial Estate, and to the north of the current Cascajal and Pinto Estación industrial estates, in a way that gives continuity to the roads that were already planned within these estates for future extensions.
1. Privileged location
Pinto is located in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula, just 20 kilometres from the capital of Spain and 30 kilometres from Madrid-Barajas Airport. This makes Pinto one of the most important cities in terms of business opportunities thanks to belonging to the area of influence of the capital, Madrid.
2. Infrastructures and communications
- Excellent connection with the main road junction in Spain. The municipality is right next to the A4 and has direct access to the M50. It also has access to the M42, M506 and Radial R-4.
- Direct line to Atocha thanks to the commuter train network
- Quick connection with the Southern Metro Line.
- Direct access to Madrid-Barajas airport in just 30 minutes. It can be accessed by the A-4 and the M-40.
3. Quality of life
Pinto has a rich historical and monumental heritage, a powerful economic activity, extensive green areas and environmental greenbelts and educational, sports, health and leisure infrastructures.
All this means that the result is a high quality of life enjoyed by Pinteños, in a safe city.
4. Industrial development
The great advantage of Pinto is its location in the southern corridor and the high availability of industrial land. There are currently various industrial estates under development, in terms of occupancy and in 2021 one more industrial estate will have been completed.
The industrial estates that are currently active are:
- Las AVES Business Park
- Arroyo Culebro Industrial estate
- El Cascajal Industrial estate
- Las Arenas Industrial estate
- Pinto Estación Industrial estate
In addition, Pinto has an important hotel industry that serves visitors to Warner Park, one of the 20 most visited amusement parks in Europe.
As a curiosity, it should be noted that in Pinto is the oldest chocolate factory in Spain. This factory was installed in 1866 and today it continues its activity in the municipality.
Pinto has a high volume of qualified professionals. The city is closely linked to the university activity of Getafe and Fuenlabrada.
In addition, thanks to its proximity to the capital Madrid, Pinto draws on the wide range of training offered in the Madrid Region.
1. FISCAL ORDINANCE No. 1, GENERAL MANAGEMENT, COLLECTION AND INSPECTION OF LOCAL TAXES
- Advance Payment System. For all periodic expiration receipts from the same taxable person. Rebate of 5% of the fee, with a maximum of € 500 (Article 32 Bis).
- Bank Debit Order. For all receipts with periodic expiration that are set up as direct debit. Rebate of 2.5% of the fee, with a maximum of € 300 per direct debit bill (Article 32 Ter).
- Special Payment System. For all periodic expiration receipts from the same taxable person. Payment in 2, 3, 4 or 11 instalments during the year. Rebate of 0.5% of the fee, with a maximum of € 100.- (Article 32 Quáter).
2. FISCAL ORDINANCE No. 1.1, REGULATORY FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE TAX FEE OF THE TAX ON ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES
- Cooperatives (Article 5).
- Start of professional activities. Maximum 50% (Article 6).
- Renewable energy installations or cogeneration system. Rebate of 50% of the quota (Article 7).
- Start of business activities. Rebate of 50% of the fee (Article 8).
- Job creation (Article 9): Increase in workforce: € 500 for each worker in which the workforce is increased. Maximum 50% of the full fee.
- Companies that move their industrial activities outside the urban area. Rebate of 50% of the fee (Article 10).
- Companies that have transportation plan for their workers. Rebate of 30% of the fee (Article 11).
3. FISCAL ORDINANCE No. 1.2, REGULATING THE TAX ON REAL ESTATE
- Rebate of 50% for construction companies on new construction other than their fixed assets, (Art. 7).
- 50% rebate for social housing (Article 8)
- Rebates for large families (art. 9)
- Rebate 95% for Agricultural Cooperatives (art. 10)
- Rebate 50% of the fee for Public Research or Teaching Organization (Art. 11).
- Rebate for companies declared of special interest or municipal utility in promoting employment. € 500.- for each worker in which the workforce is increased (art.12).
- Rebate of 50% of the fee for the installation of systems for thermal or electrical use of solar energy for self-consumption (Article 13).
- Full fee rebate. Application of a coefficient of 1,001 of maximum increase of the quota of a fiscal year with respect to the previous one. (Article 14).
4. FISCAL ORDINANCE No. 1.3, REGULATING TAX ON CONSTRUCTIONS, INSTALLATIONS AND WORKS
- Rebates for Constructions, Installations and Works of special interest or municipal utility. Construction of buildings for general civic services. 70%, 45% (Art. 7.1 and 7.2)
- Rebates for Constructions, Installations and Works of special interest or municipal utility. Conservation of properties considered as assets to be protected. 75% (Art. 7.3)
- Rebates for Constructions, Installations and Works of special interest or municipal utility. Constructions on buildings included in the special areas of environmental protection (Art. 7.4)
- Rebates for Constructions, Installations and Works of special interest or municipal utility. Employment creation. It requires a declaration of special interest or municipal utility due to the concurrence of social, cultural, historical-artistic circumstances or the promotion of employment (by the Plenary session). Residents in Pinto. More than 33% disabled, the Rebate is increased by 10%, limit 95% (Article 7.3.5):
- For the creation of 1 to 5 jobs, 30% rebate
- For the creation of 6 to 10 jobs, Rebate of 15%
- For the creation of 11 to 20 jobs, Rebate of 40%
- For the creation of 21 to 30 jobs, Rebate of 50%
- For the creation of 31 to 40 jobs, Rebate of 60%
- For the creation of 41 to 50 jobs, Rebate of 70%
- For the creation of more than 50 jobs, a 95% rebate
In case of transfer, expansion or improvement of the company:
- For the creation of 10 to 15 new jobs, Rebate of 25%
- For the creation of more than 16 jobs, Rebate of 55%
- Installation of solar energy for self-consumption. Rebate of 95% of the part of the fee that corresponds to solar energy installations (Article 8).
- Rebate of 95% for improvement of accessibility or habitability conditions (Art. 10).
- Deduction. Equivalent to the amount paid by the taxpayer as a Town Planning Tax (Article 13).
4. FISCAL ORDINANCE No. 1.4, REGULATING THE TAX ON MECHANICAL TRACTION VEHICLES
- Historic vehicles, 100%
- Vehicles with low emissions, based on the type of fuel or the characteristics of the engine. Up to 75% of the fee (Article 5.2).
- Vehicles for people with reduced mobility, Exemption.
- The rates approved in the aforementioned Ordinance are the minimum allowed by the Law (Article 6).