In recent weeks, Italy has seen the rise of the Villas In Locale (VIL) initiative, which aims to attract more local restaurants to its shores, while also bringing some much-needed tax revenue to the region.
According to the Italian government, the Villases In Locales project will help the region attract new restaurants, while boosting the local economy.
The first VillasInLocale will open in the summer of 2018, in an area known for its small businesses, which include some of Italy’s largest restaurants, as well as smaller establishments such as cafes, and small shops.
With the goal of attracting restaurants to the area, the Italian Government will be providing a tax break to the villas.
“This will allow the villa owners to raise more money for their businesses, and this will increase their tax revenues,” Gianni Gavazzi, the regional economic development minister, told the Italian news agency ANSA.
A villa is located on a small island in the Tuscan region of Alba, near Venice.
At the moment, only a small number of Italian villages are eligible to be eligible for the scheme.
In the past, it has been known that a number of small towns in Italy had already received their first VIL permits from the government, but that number has now been raised to around 20.
But while VillasToLocale.it is a pilot project, the government will soon be expanding the scheme to more towns in the region, and the project will open to all villas in the area.
There is currently a number in Alba alone, including Piazza della Venezia, which is a large villa in the nearby town of Brescia.
Gavazza says that the plan is to expand the scheme into other small towns across Italy, but the final details are still being finalised.
VillasToLocal, however, is one of the first steps in a long-term effort to boost the local culinary scene in the country.
VIL, which was announced in February, is designed to attract restaurants to Italy and is expected to bring in up to €300 million per year.
It will be the first Italian program to target a specific sector, and is also expected to help businesses that already exist in the small town of Palermo.