The starting point for developing Henna according to the planning is that it will
be self-sufficient in terms of services. The point for starting the development is a
planned railway station served by commuter trains.

The proposed city of Henna grows along the railway and the motorway, that
musn´t be a barrier but become a dinamic landscape, inside which there will
be public use areas related with the adyacent programe.
This area between the railway and the motorway will be a public park that will
be growing with the city and its inhabitants.

The energy supply for the city will be developing through time and it won´t be
hidden but it should try to be participative through recycling centres,
environmental halls, clean energies plants, eolic and solar parks, urban
gardens, ecological farms…

The city centre develops in both sides of the railway and the motorway to avoid
these being an obstacle. The areas crossing will be "functional bridges".
Planning zones C, P2 and AL will be unified in one zone to create a more
compact and heterogeneous tissue. Also, high rise housing is mixed with low
density housing to create a more dense city. If there are less single-family
housing there will be more green areas and more neighbour personal
relationships.

The starting point for developing Henna according to the planning is that it will
be self-sufficient in terms of services. The point for starting the development is a
planned railway station served by commuter trains.

The proposed city of Henna grows along the railway and the motorway, that
musn´t be a barrier but become a dinamic landscape, inside which there will
be public use areas related with the adyacent programe.
This area between the railway and the motorway will be a public park that will
be growing with the city and its inhabitants.

The energy supply for the city will be developing through time and it won´t be
hidden but it should try to be participative through recycling centres,
environmental halls, clean energies plants, eolic and solar parks, urban
gardens, ecological farms…

The city centre develops in both sides of the railway and the motorway to avoid
these being an obstacle. The areas crossing will be "functional bridges".
Planning zones C, P2 and AL will be unified in one zone to create a more
compact and heterogeneous tissue. Also, high rise housing is mixed with low
density housing to create a more dense city. If there are less single-family
housing there will be more green areas and more neighbour personal
relationships.