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Four Property Developers Bid to Build 4,500 VPO Homes in Barcelona

The candidates for the public tender are a consortium between Cevasa and Neinor; the Intertrust group; a company specialising in VPO homes, Visoren; and a company led by the Catalan construction company Rubau.

In the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB), four candidates are bidding for a contract to build 4,554 officially protected homes (VPO) that will require an investment of between 58 million euros and 104 million euros over the coming years.

The candidates for the public tender are a consortium between Cevasa and Neinor; the Intertrust group; a company specialising in VPO homes, Visoren; and a company led by the Catalan construction company Rubau. The four companies, which have already presented a guarantee, will have to submit their offers once checks have been carried out to verify that they meet the conditions, reports Expansión.

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