Formulaire de recherche
Euroméditerranée is an Operation of National Interest (ONI) launched in 1995 by the French state, the City of Marseille, the Marseille Provence Métropole Urban Community, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur Region and the Bouches-du-Rhône Departmental Council. In 2007, central government and the local authorities decided to extend the scope of the operation to a further 169 hectares in the north. Totalling 480 hectares, Euroméditerranée is now Europe’s largest urban renovation operation. MOVE is deployed across the entire area of the project, spanning the built environment and public spaces, in a manner tailored to each constituent district and in line with the project phases.
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An iterative process
For project backers: taking into account the prerequisites of the Guide Plan while accommodating existing activities, contributing to the area’s activation and being open to the neighbourhood if the activity allows, contributing to the narrative of the sites concerned.
For Euroméditerranée: introducing greater flexibility into the urban project, enabling a long-term future for programmes, project backers or users when the conditions of the urban project allow, acting as a facilitator.