COTECH / What would be the social impact of PPRN?


The Cotech "Social cohesion and living environment" met on Tuesday in Quartier d'Orléans. Organized by the community within the framework of the alternative consultation, it aims to collect the thoughts and ideas of the population about the revision of the natural risk prevention plan (PPRN); all the work to be transmitted to the State services.

Tuesday it was a matter of debating the arguments that could be brought in to demonstrate that the PPRN as revised by the State is not adapted to the territory in terms of social cohesion and the standard of living.

A resident raised the risk of families breaking up. “In Sandy Ground and Quartier d'Orléans in particular, families have lived together for years on the land they inherited. If tomorrow they can no longer build on this land, where will they go? They will have to go elsewhere and have fun, ”said the woman.

In addition, the question of land was raised. "If in the event that people by the sea are willing to settle elsewhere, inland, the COM has land for them," asked a resident. And that's without taking into account the land prices that the owners can charge.

These reflections will be presented to the members of the steering committee (Copil) which meets on Friday. (


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