Housing. A temporary solution to extend the city’s public housing stock.
Neighbourhood Plan. A boost for educational projects by schools in the most vulnerable neighbourhoods, opening them up outside school hours and turning them into focal points for the community.
Santa Eulàlia. Children from the city took part in the children’s proclamation, suggesting ways to improve Barcelona and speaking up for play as a right.
Municipal action. Municipal action complements the city’s international position with municipal powers to facilitate access to housing.
Memòria. Carrer de la Cera, in the neighbourhood of El Raval, inaugurated two dividing walls with a festive occasion paying homage to rumba.
Urban planning. Agreement is reached to group together cruise ship terminals and gain space from two wharfs for the Nova Bocana, opening up a 14,000 square metre zone for public use.
Terraces. General consensus on drafting new regulations that are easier to understand and apply, and adapted to the real needs of local residents, bar and restaurant owners and the area.
Mobility. The metropolitan area is developing its own regulations to limit the number of VTC vehicles.
Economy. Barcelona City Council, cultural facilities and research centres in the city join forces to call for a review of VAT being claimed on public subsidies in these sectors.
Santa Eulàlia. Over 900 children from different schools in the city have been tasked by the Mayor with writing the proclamation speech for the Santa Eulàlia festivities.
Housing. The City Council joins the UN to call for world cities to combine to fight property speculation.
City Council. The Mayor has condemned the jailing of vice-president Oriol Junqueras and eight ministers of the Catalan government