Valdebebas, a neighbourhood with one of the largest booms in new housing in Madrid, is studying how to optimise some of its tertiary land, spanning 1.2 million square metres and currently focused on offices, by converting it into land destined for tourist housing. To this end, the Valdebebas Compensation Board has already submitted a study to Madrid City Council that would allow the conversion of urban uses in this area.
This is according to Marcos Sánchez Foncueva, manager of the Valdebebas Compensation Board, speaking in an interview with brainsre.news. He said that the pace of residential construction in the new Madrid neighbourhood has not declined despite Covid-19. Moreover, he is proud of the dynamism shown by the implementation of projects such as the new exhibition spaces in Ifema, the Ciudad de la Justicia and the new Emergency Hospital.