The initiative BUITS Plan (Urban Voids with Territorial and Social Involvement) aims to involve civil society in defining, installing and managing unused spaces across all districts of the city. The city council provides temporary use for public entities or non-profit associations to develop temporary uses and activities (from one year to three renewable years) in order to promote social activism and coexistence in the neighborhood. The project has the reference of 'Stalled Places' in Glasgow (Scotland), awarded with the City to City FAD award.
The selected proposals are evaluated by an Evaluation Commission comprising entities and municipal representatives. Projects are assessed taking in to account the flexibility of the projects, their fleeting and efficiency to keep the facilities in good condition, its positive and social impact for the whole city.
45 895 m2
new spaces for leisure and public use
entities in the city
11 new spaces
to compete in the new edition