Pedro Salvador Albiñana, General Coordinator of Seville City One, Metropolis of the South, attended the Andalusian Sustainable Infrastructures Exhibition (INSOAN) last Friday, 3 March, where he gave a presentation on the infrastructures that will make Seville a sustainable city by 2030.

During his speech, Salvador highlighted the great opportunities available to Seville and its metropolitan area. According to the data provided by MITMA’s SIU on the land for development and unconsolidated urban land in the 1st Metropolitan Area of Seville, it can be concluded that “the expansion areas could accommodate around 34,000 new homes, giving a total capacity to house more than 100,000 inhabitants”. If the sectors classified by the 2006 PGOU are compared with the level of progress recorded by the COAS, “in Seville alone we have 34 sectors” that could be developed “in a period of 3 to 4 years”.

According to the General Coordinator of SevillaCity One, this starting point could be a great attraction for investment, which “could reach up to 5,500 million euros, of which almost 700 million will be related to urban transformation”.