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In this chapter we describe how Spanish metropolitan areas still display a strong monocentric pattern, although familiar market processes of employment deconcentration are in play, frequently assisted by public policies and initiatives. Until recently, Spanish cities have undergone mainly residential deconcentration processes. The two case studies -Madrid and Valladolid -show that urban planning has encouraged this market-led process through built-up area reassessment techniques. During thedoi:10.1007/978-1-4020-5762-5_5 fatcat:7hng52n7knf3vg7cghk7stlo5a