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The proposal presented by Trias for Barcelona to modify the regulations that require 30% of new constructions to be allocated to protected housing has been approved by the Ecology, Urban Planning, Infrastructure, Mobility and Housing Commission of Barcelona City Council. The initiative, supported by PSC and PP, points out the lack of effective impact and the consequent paralysis of the real estate sector. Instead of the current 30%, the proposal suggests adjusting the regulations according to the percentage of the district, the location of the protected housing development and the maximum housing density.
Additionally, the proposal begins the creation of the City Pact for Housing, with the aim of prioritizing the expansion of the stock of protected rental housing. This pact seeks to address the social deficiencies of the housing market through public-private collaboration.
In another order of ideas, the initiative requests the beginning of an inventory of land intended for facilities, both public and private, with the purpose of evaluating the possibility of allocating them to the construction of homes with common services or shared accommodation.