The Plan for the global restoration of the Toledo Ramparts, developed by the author, was sponsored by the City Council of Toledo, the Council of Communities of Castilla-La Mancha and Caja Madrid Foundation in 1995. The General Intervention Report prioritized the works of conservation, restoration and consolidation by sections and doors for the rests of this monumental group, having the aim of deepening their knowledge and history. Based on the previous information, some basic principles were established for their future maintenance. The General Report was written by a multidisciplinary team and, together with the information given by the analytical test performed and the archeological excavations, this allowed to have a strong scientific base in order to develop the restoration. Once defined the criteria, based on the respect to original factories in order to avoid adding new elements and to maintain the harmony with the interventions, the group was divided into coordinated 6 parts, following these premises:
The efforts in the restoration activities were increased in the fortified gates of the city.
In the Puerta de Bisagra Nueva several indoor facilities and dispositions were restored, what allowed to establish there the School-Workshop of the Ramparts of Toledo, and to date and document its Islamic past. These actions for knowing and identifying the complex ended up with the discovery of a former medieval gate of Vado, placed close to the current Puerta Nueva, inside a rectangular tower close to the tower Almofala. The whole intervention was the main subject of a monographic publication, sponsored by Caja Madrid Foundation.