Assumpció Castellví

Since 1995, the Commonwealth for the Integral Development of the Territory (MIDIT) has been carrying out initiatives for the common benefit of Vandellòs and l'Hospitalet de l'Infant, Tivissa and Pratdip. During this time, the MIDIT has served to strengthen the links between the three municipalities, which share identical historical roots and whose characteristics are similar.

It has also allowed the creation of a permanent dialogue table between the public and private sectors of this territory, in which the three town halls, the Commonwealth's technical team and also the main economic and social agents are represented, working for some same objectives, aimed at improving the quality of life of the populations that make up this entity.

This public-private collaboration is key to carrying out projects for the future, transformative projects that bring progress for the industrial, tourism, agricultural, forestry and social sectors.

This cooperation work has already borne fruit during these years of life of the MIDIT. Some good examples are the Terres de Mestral tourism brand, with which since 2013 the three municipalities have promoted themselves everywhere and publicized their attractions; the local product fair Fruits de la Terra, the technical conferences that are organized periodically and the Tourism Sustainability Plan "Terres de Mestral, Outdoor Park of the Costa Daurada", a project with an investment of almost 1.9 million euros that It will be financed by European Next Generation funds.

We represent a territory with great potential and strengths and we promise to continue working together for economic diversification and for the progress of our territory in all our areas of action, in the face of the post-nuclear scenario and the challenges of the future.

To carry out this work we have a Strategic Plan, currently in the redefinition phase, which serves as a roadmap, to mark the specific actions to implement and prioritize. We are also very lucky to have the participation and involvement of all the agents affected and the technical staff of the Commonwealth, which acts as a driving force. Many thanks to this great team!