During the last decade, some of the strategies used have become a guarantee for a sustainable, environmentally, socially, and economically integrating model. Strategies focused on building renovation actions, and on the regeneration and renovation of the urban fabric. As part of these strategies – which include the distribution outcomes of the Next Generation EU funds – social housing and urban environments emerge as perfect examples of this becoming a reality. Reason for which, contributions made to this thematic block, should be aimed at analysing this topic in depth, through the study of contemporary proposals from the different public administrations, and private entities’ promotion and financing. In addition, and also within the scope, will be experiences of building renovation , maintenance, and sustainable interventions in listed heritage within protected urban centres; including practices to improve universal accessibility, as well as sustainable and efficient adaptation of urban spaces to climate change. Likewise, particularly relevant will be actions contributing to the achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), aimed at creating inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable cities and human settlements; committed to ensuring access for all to adequate, safe and affordable housing and basic services; focused on improving neighbourhoods, and reducing negative environmental impacts derived from cities.