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Urban regeneration projects aimed at reducing marginalisation and social degradation

What is the goal of the investment?

To provide municipalities (with populations greater than 15,000 inhabitants) with the contributions required to invest in urban regeneration, to reduce marginalised situations and social decline, while also improving the quality of urban decorum along with the environmental setting.

Total investment cost 3.3 bn
  • Reduce the gaps in standards of living
Additional details

The investment may entail various types of action, such as: 

• maintenance for the re-utilisation and re-functionalisation of public areas and existing public facilities for the purposes of public interest, including the demolition of illegal works performed by private citizens, in the absence of -or total breach of- a building permit and arrangement of relevant areas.

• improvement in the quality of urban decorum, as well as in the environmental and social fabric, also through the renovation of public buildings, specifically as regards the development of social, cultural, educational and didactic services, or the promotion of sports and cultural activities.

• interventions for sustainable mobility.

What are the benefits?

Urban regeneration projects will lead to:
  • Renovating public buildings
  • Demolishing illegal buildings
  • Improving citizens' quality of life
  • An increase in services focused on promoting socialisation
  • A more sustainable mobility
  • Promoting sports and cultural activities in recovered spaces

Key steps and expected expenditure

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