The local council also aims to “transform” the economic model of the Catalan capital to leave “uncontrolled speculation” behind and “win the future” with a commitment to inclusive and equitable growth based on sustainability.
The new initiatives are projected for the Zona Franca industrial area near the port, Montjuïc, the city centre, [email protected], and the Besòs neighbourhood, with the aim of developing mixed-use urban projects, combined with a commitment to sustainable mobility.
Among the projects are a plan to boost investments in affordable housing in Zona Franca and to encourage the “permanent activity” of Fira de Barcelona congress hall, with activities focusing on the green economy and creative industries.
The city council is also working on the “iconic” post office project and the remodelling of Via Laietana to attract more investment in the city centre. The aim is to encourage people to return to work and live in the area and “energize neighbourhood life.”