Nowadays the world is trying to take out from a pandemic crisis and governments are encouraging a long-term economic recovery. How infrastructure investments will change is certainly a challenge. In this background, the role of infrastructural investment is crucial as social necessities, work habits and production models have been hit by Covid-19 pandemic crisis. In addition to this, urban areas and marginalised social groups suffer from the most important shock, especially in developing countries. Infrastructure investments will back short-term economic recovery. Another potential advantage is the ability to face long-term issues linked to climatic change and inequalities boost. In conclusion, the webinar is focused on local infrastructure investments. Moreover, it debates how to improve both financial and planning tools to reduce risks and promote a resilient growth.