‘Does Euroméditerranée take residents into consideration?’
Yes, Euroméditerranée attaches great importance to dialogue with residents. The Euroméditerranée Urban Development Agency extends over a highly populated area. Such an economic development and improvement operation cannot happen without the residents and users. This is why all projects involve dialogue. Whether these are regulatory - as with the creation of a ZAC (a development area with a focus on dialogue) - or non-regulatory - as with a project like the Parc Bougainville.
In addition to the various studies carried out beforehand, the consultations provide feedback from residents and users about a project and their needs, and the assessment of this is incorporated into the design. The project can also be designed together with residents, as for the Jardin de Ruffi, for example.
Outside of the consultations, the agency remains open to what Marseille residents have to say through its information centre. In a direct way, we also endeavour to answer everyone, regardless of the issue brought up (e.g. construction work, various information, projects, etc.).