Municipal Town Planning Plan of Chiloeches.

Chiloeches, Guadalajara, Castilla-La Mancha.

In 2002, with the excuse of the construction of a high-speed rail station nearby, a new town plan was drafted. This plan allowed for the construction of 9,800 new homes, meaning that by 2014 the population would have grown from 1,500 to 34,000 people. In reality, “only” around a thousand new homes were built, and the population grew to 3,300 inhabitants. The rest is a vast grid of paved streets in the middle of nowhere, that do not go anywhere.