Can Gavarrot is located in the municipality of Sant Boi de Llobregat, on the western edge of the city, and covers an area of 32 hectares for industrial, tertiary and sports facilities projects. It sits at the point where residential and industrial land converge and it is a natural segue to the forestland, a factor which adds environmental value to the plot. Due to its location, it acts as a hinge between the Camps Blancs neighbourhood, the industrial zone of Fonollar Nord, Salas and Abat Oliba, as well as providing access from the town to the Garraf-Ordal mountains. The development objectives involve planning this section of the town’s frontage and promoting a mixture of uses that complement and interact with both residential and industrial land, including industry, tertiary, office and residential uses. In particular, singular sports infrastructure is currently located in this area and there are available plots for this use.
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