The Government of Catalonia, through Incasòl (the Catalan Land Institute), and Barcelona City Council are committed to fostering the execution of new strategic projects in Catalonia, especially in the Barcelona metropolitan area, as well as developing the most important logistics facilities around the Mediterranean Corridor, which make our territory the gateway to southern and central Europe for incoming and outgoing goods. Catalonia boasts a strategic location and a network of infrastructures in which all forms of transport converge to foster the creation of an industrial and commercial fabric with a full range of services to businesses, importers and exporters, as well as international operators.
Barcelona-Catalonia is made up of a set of projects located in the metropolitan area to form a fairer, more efficient and more sustainable urban development model. A model that opts for redevelopment as a way of dealing with social inequalities and improving quality of life, and as a strategy to begin the energy transition to reduce dependence on fossil fuels, reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and cut emissions of atmospheric pollutants.
Barcelona is now the 5th largest city in Europe in start-up investment and accounts for 58% of all investment in Spain