After nine months of operation, a new public venue opened in La Seine-sur-Mer

After nine months of operation, a new public venue opened in La Seine-sur-Mer

Updated on 05/08/2021 11:19 AM

Posted on 8/5/2021 11:19 AM

Place Loro now gives pride of place to the Sainte-Marie Foundation as well as to the Church.
Photograph by Laurent Martinat

After nine months of operation, a new public venue opened in La Seine-sur-Mer

05/08 at 11:19 am

Updated 08/05 at 11:19 am

Place Germain-Loro, at the top of Cours Louis-Blanc in La Seyne-sur-Mer, opened on Friday, May 7. This new space, which highlights the chapel and Saint Mary’s Foundation, transforms this entrance into town.

It is not easy to say that this moment was expected. And also by Seynois as well as by residents and the municipality.

On Friday morning, in the brand new Place Germain-Loro, about 80 people gathered, the majority of whom were elected at the municipality, department or district level.

“We’ve talked about it in relation to the states and the statesMayor Natalie Beckis is released to her council. Here it is after nine months in business: Place Loro has finally been refurbished. The wall that bore the Marist sign has been destroyed. We can now enjoy and discover the heritage of Seine with this neo-gothic church and the buildings of St. Mary’s Foundation. “

If the project has already been announced under the previous mandate (With the creation of the New National Urban Renewal Program (NPNRU) at the end of January 2020, Editor’s Note)Natalie Beckis reaps the rewards.

A place with more than 1.5 million euros

One thing is for sure:Everyone can rejoice in this rehabilitation. “ Square “Become a true public space, Especially for young people who will soon have access, in relation to Tisot’s cultural space, to “The auction to be reorganized at an open stage. “First judge announces.

On the financial side, the € 1.5 million required was put on the table by the TPM (45%), the National Agency for Urban Renewal (35%) and the Administration (20%).

If this “The spotlight on our mandate It didn’t cost the city a single penny in the end.

Project home

Natalie Bisset also went to the new Maison du Projet, Taylor Street, to announce the launch of the downtown rehabilitation consultancy. “This is where the people of Sen can share their questions, thoughts, and opinions with us.”

It is also in this place that merchants, owners (subscribers) and tenants can find information on building renovation. Three devices are deployed, which adapt to different situations and make the aid perceptible.

The project house is open Monday through Saturday, from 9 am to 1 pm.

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