Urban information includes building conditions (number of permitted floors, depth, threshold separation, etc.), types of permitted use (housing, residential, commercial, industrial, medical, etc.), possible incorporation into general or local systems (roads, parks, equipments, forest parks, etc.) and expropriation and land division systems to fully develop the planning. All these conditions are given by urban planning.
The Urban Planning Information Website is to start operating shortly, offering a single tool containing the information currently available via the Planning Search Tool, the Heritage Search Tool and the Cartographic Information Point PIC). The new portal replaces these three tools, which will no longer be available once the new site becomes operative.
Besides allowing information to be viewed, the new site means better access and improved browsing, with a mobile version also available. The ETRS 89 cartographic base has also been updated and land plots adapted to meet European standards, with planning laws currently in force being added.
Check this map if you want to know the urban qualification of a plot, the field codes and the identification number of the listed elements.
You can check planning resources (PGM, MPGM, PMU, etc.) or summary sheets concerning urban qualifications and agreements. You can also check and list immediately the last approvals.
You can check the catalogue concerning the listed properties.
You can chek the updated regulation concerning the General Metropolitan Plan on this link to the Barcelona Metropolitan Area.
You can do a basic search concerning urban information on the Internet.
You can apply for a certificate or report including building conditions, types of permitted use and possible uses.
You can make, modify and/or cancel and appointment the to get information about planning and qualifications or urban uses. You can also check planning and management models.
Remember that the initially approved documentation is for free consultation during the public exhibition period. You can consult it from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 1 pm at the Department of Information and Documentation (Av. Diagonal, 230 2nd floor).