FASA District is located in the South-East of Valladolid, has a surface of 3.5 km2 and belongs to Delicias neighborhood, which was the first neighborhood built up outside the track, during the 50’s and 60’s decades
The district is situated next to the Madrid road and, although nowadays it is possible to reach the capital by two different highways, this road still has a heavy traffic, as is the entrance to the city from the ring road and several industrial and residential areas placed further South.
With some variations from the original plan, FASA district, which was designed and built up at the beginning of the 60’s for workers of FASA company, consists of 19 blocks, a tower, a building for the central boilers, a park, some sports facilities and 2 car parks. All the buildings have their axis located on the east-west direction.
The population of FASA district is about 1.180 inhabitants, and its total number of dwellings is 398 (the nineteen blocks come to 342 dwellings, and the tower contains the remaining 56), so the conditioned area reacher the amount of 24.700 sqm (3.900 m2 from the tower and 20.800 m2 from the nineteen blocks). FASA district is a compact residential area of buildings of medium-poor constructive quality in a progressive ageing.
The district is also characterized by its high construction density (135 DU/ha) and high population density (340 inh./ha).
Regarding mobility aspects, the district is located in the South Periphery of the City, with a medium level of motorization (400 veh./hab.) and concentrating most of the travels by private vehicle. Also, its location in the traditional entrance to the City from the South makes this district to be positioned in a strategic area of the city regarding mobility.
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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646511