This urban plan projects new planning, forseeing the delimitation of one or more sectors of economic activity with uses linked to the automotive industry. The impact of the area’s current economic development motivates a network of economic activities, from a communal focus to the interdependence with infrastructure.
The urban planning is aimed at the economic activity for the Baix Llobregat Nord area which is located at a strategic point in Catalonia where some of the main transportation axes are located as well as rail connection to the Mediterranean Corridor. The proximity to existing automobile manufacturing facilities makes this project an ideal location for the implementation of new economic activities related to the automotive and logistics sector.
Sant Sadurní d’Anoia, is located in the Alt Penedés a region of Catalonia. It can be easily distinguished by the extensive surrounding territory covered in vineyards, given that it is the birhplace of a sparkling wine called cava, and by the captivating landscapes layered with centuries of heritage. The town is situated inland, between Barcelona and Tarragona, but it is still close by the enchanting coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
The object of this industrial sector is to consolidate the existing area of economic activity.
Les Bassetes is an area with an excellent situation. And it’s a good opportunity to extend the actual industrial area of Vilafranca del Penedès.
Vilafranca del Penedès has traditionally been a wine city with a strong entrepreneurial nature. Vilafranca is the birthplace of the very first wine industries from Spain.
Over the time, and thanks to its geographical situation, Vilafranca has become a qualified place for the industrial activity, due to its vicinity both to Barcelona and Tarragona and their connections network.
At the same time, Vilafranca offers unlimited possibilities to companies due to its 30 minutes distance to the airports of Reus and Barcelona, and the ports of Tarragona and Barcelona, and also thanks to its privileged location in the Mediterranean corridor, that will be connecting Europe from north to south.