After years of economic recovery, Spain likely exceed 100,000 licences for new building construction in 2018, what confirms the expansion trend of the real state market.
Given these new circumstances, the main question is knowing the new way of setting up urban developments still yet to come. Or if, on the contrary, current model will keep current.
Experts support that large cities might cover slight or medium areas that boost movements on foot or by bicycle. Simultaneously, with close population cores producing food that prevent the transportation from places so far.
Precisely ISDE promote a Master in Urbanism, environment and Smart Cities that include the study – from a global perspective and with a practical approach – of urbanism, environmental responsibility and sustainability.