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December 2011


The immediate and necessary consequence of the execution of urban planning is the appearance of changes in the physical, legal, economic and social fields, creating and imposing expectations and obligations, benefits and charges, rights and duties. The most specific task of urban planning is the demand for the fulfilment of the various urban obligations, charges and duties.

Between the start of 22@ and 31 December 2011, more than 190 management instruments has been approved and the accumulated land managed comes to more than 625,000 m2 of land, which represents 47% of of the MPGM22@ forecast of 1,319,379 m2 and of which approximately 200,000 m2 of land have been transferred to the City of Barcelona to be for public space, equipment, roads, public housing and economic activity. The accumulated GFS comes to 1,920,000 m2, of which more than 120,000 m2 are public, for public housing, and more than 30,000 m2 for activities. The rest are privately owned for activities.
On the other hand, these processes have generated income to face the Infrastructure Plan worth 45.26 M€, including VAT, and income by equivalent of floors and ceilings not physically transferred of 24.55 M€.

To see management plans that were approved in July 2012, click here.







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