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Madrid Sees a Boom in the Construction of New Homes in Berrocales, La Solana and Campamento

1,393 homes are planned for La Solana; 4,500 for the first phase of Berrocales, with more than 22,000 forecast by 2034; and 10,500 in Campamento, with a significant percentage of protected homes in each location.

Madrid is undergoing development in the South, the Southeast and the Northwest, with a series of plans that will ensure the continuity of the Spanish construction sector, currently reeling from the crisis, after overcoming multiple delays.

The progress of the developments has a lot to do with the decisions by the municipal and regional government teams to streamline the urban planning procedures and licenses, with the application of the controversial express license and the decision to undertake the execution of work within their respective areas.

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