Plaza de Chueca, formerly known as the plaza of San Gregorio, was baptized with this name in 1943. The Madrid City Council decided to dedicate it to the composer from Madrid, Chueca, known for works such as Agua, azucarillos y aguardiente, La Gran Vía and La alegría de la huerta. All of them are inspired in different spots in Madrid. Works in the square have primarily consisted of: Partial renovation of the public lighting infrastructures, Conditioning of the drainage network and a new drip watering system ,Replacement of the existing flooring with the objective of improving accessibility, Improvement of urban ornamentation: through the planting of trees, installation of new urban furniture and lights.