The Lleida Integrated Goods Centre, covering a gross area of 42 hectares, is the most important logistics platform in Les Terres de Ponent. It was promoted by the Catalan Government through the CIMALSA public company with the aim of offering a space with optimum conditions of location and service for road goods transport companies. It is situated strategically within the municipal limits of Lleida, in the city's industrial zone, with links to the AP2, the N-240 and the A-2.
The CIM Lleida is designed especially for logistics and has 244.587 m2. of logistics plots, 11,262m2 devoted to facilities and services, and the rest for roadways and green zones.
The CIM Lleida it was started in 2003 and currently houses over thirty logistics and services companies.
The CIM is a closed site with controlled accesses, with surveillance and security facilities, such as a control centre, access control, vehicle licence plate recognition and CCTV.
- The finally approved 1995-2015 Lleida General Plan demarcated building land sector no. 28 (logistics zone). Lleida City Council owns 95% of the area in this sector, which is to be developed through the Partial Plan.
- The location of the land is considered to be ideal for the relocation of the Central Fruit and Vegetable Market and suitable for the construction of the Integrated Goods Centre.
- An agreement was signed on 4 November 1999 between CIMALSA and Lleida City Council, in which CIMALSA undertook to continue with the feasibility study that it had started to determine the suitability of the location of a logistics zone.
- CIMALSA will act as the development company and Lleida City Council will take the necessary steps to locate the Central Fruit and Vegetable Market in Plot B of the Sector.
- On 31 May 2000, Lleida City Council and CIMALSA signed a confirmation of the above agreement whereby they stated their intention of starting the procedures and actions for the construction of a logistics zone.
- On 25 October 2000, the Lleida Urban Planning Commission gave its final approval to the amended Partial Plan 28, Lleida Integrated Goods Centre.
- On 20 January 2001, the President of the Catalan Government, the Right Honourable Mr Jordi Pujol laid the first stone of the CIM Lleida, accompanied by the Regional Policy Minister and the Mayor of Lleida.
- On 19 March 2001, the final approval was given to the urban planning project of the Lleida Integrated Goods Centre. The Statutes and Action Bases of the amended SUR 28 Lleida Integrated Goods Centre Partial Plan was finally approved on 4 May, and on 1 June the Compensation Board of the Partial Plan was constituted between Lleida City Council and CIMALSA. It was registered in the Register of Collaborating Urban Planning Agencies on 13 November 2001. Finally, on 4 December 2001, Lleida City Council gave its final approval to the sole owner compensation project of the SUR 28 partial plan, CIM Lleida.
- On 14 June 2002, the Minister for Regional Policy and Public Works and the Mayor of Lleida chaired the opening ceremony of the urban planning works of the CIM.
- On 16 December 2002, Lleida City Council authorised the building permit for modular warehouse 8 requested by CIMALSA and construction began on the first industrial warehouse on plot 8 of the CIM Lleida.
- On 18 March 2003, the public deed was executed for the constitution of the Supra-Association of Owners and its statutes.
- In 2003, a specific amendment of the planning of the CIM was approved to adjust it by removing one lane.
- The First Secretary for Mobility and Chairman of CIMALSA supervised the start-up of the CIM on 24 May 2004. The same day saw the first Assembly of the Supra-Association of Owners.
- On 24 May, Lleida City Council received the urban planning work of sector 28 CIM Lleida.
- On 30 March 2005, the Collaborative Conservation Urban Planning Agency and its administrative bodies were constituted before notary public.
All the owners of the CIM Lleida constitute the Supra-Association of Owners of the CIM Lleida with the aim of maintaining the platform in a good state and in optimal operating conditions. The Supra-Association is governed by the Statutes, which set out the rules of organisation and operation of the Centre. Themost senior body of the Supra-Association is the General Assembly, which comprises all its owners, with the same rights and obligations. The decisions of the Assembly oblige both owners and users of the CIM.
The General Assembly of Owners of the CIM Lleida appoints a Steering Committee, comprised of a minimum of five members and a maximum of nine, from which a Chairman, a Treasurer and an Accountant will be appointed. The Steering Committee meets regularly and is responsible for ensuring the good operation of the Centre. The Statutes of the Supra-Association also envisage the figure of the Administrator, who will carry out the administrative, accounting and management tasks that are required for the good progress of the Supra-Association and the Centre.
Statutes of the Supra-Association of Owners of the CIM Lleida (111 Kb)
The public company of the Catalan Government, CIMALSA, acts as administrator of the Centre with the aim of maintaining the operation and functions for which it was initially designed. At the behest of the Steering Committee, CIMALSA contracts and manages all the collective services of the CIM: security, maintenance, gardening, cleaning and waste collection, etc., at all times ensuring its optimum operation.
CIMALSA office at the CIM Lleida.
Vial B - Edifici Future Park baixos, 25190 Lleida (Spain)
Tel. +34 973 257 014
Fax. +34 973 257 396
Geographical coordinates location:
Northern access: east longitude 0° 41' 0.05192" north latitude 41° 36' 52.87092"
Office opening hours:
Monday to Friday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Centrals i Infraestructures per a la Mobilitat i les Activitats Logístiques SAU
Carrer Còrsega, 273 6ª
08008 Barcelona (Spain)
Tel +34 933 634 960
Fax.+34 933 634 961