This square is part of the new urbanization of the Trinitat Nova.
A process that began in 1999 when an agreement was signed between the Catalan Institute of Land of the Generalitat (Incasòl), the City Council of Barcelona, and the Association of Neighborhoods of the Trinitat Nova, according to which A process of replacing 892 homes affected by aluminosis was begun in the same neighborhood environment. This agreement established that the Generalitat de Catalunya assumed the construction of the new houses that would replace the old flats, while the City Council was responsible for the management of the rest of the process: the expropriation of the apartments affected by pathologies that had to be demolished to the families, the demolitions of the old buildings once the neighbors were relocated, and the urbanization of all the surroundings once was being reconstructed.
Many environmental aspects have been taken into account, such as reducing the water load in the sewage system by capturing rainwater to facilitate infiltration into the aquifer.
Among the tree species are poplars ( Populus