PPRN / 68 hours of hotlines planned during the next public inquiry


The development of the revision of the natural risk prevention plan (PPRN) is entering a new phase; the last before its application planned during the second half of October.

The prefect launched on Monday morning during a press conference the publicity relating to the public inquiry. In accordance with the law, the public inquiry must indeed be announced fifteen days before its launch, which will take place on Monday, September 13.

Until September 27, the population will have the opportunity to deliver their remarks and observations on the by-law and zoning projects proposed by the services of the Deal. Unlike the first public inquiry in 2019 which lasted a month, this one only lasts for two weeks. "But we carried out a large consultation upstream and nearly 52 interviews were conducted by the services of the Deal to answer the questions of the inhabitants", underlines the prefect Serge Gouteyron. And to add: "22 hotlines will be held in the prefecture but also in the districts as has been requested. This represents 68 hours of on-call versus 36 hours during the previous public inquiry. ”

The new PPRN "Must make it possible to create a new dynamic "

At the end of the public inquiry, the investigating commissioner will give his report to the prefect, the submission date is scheduled for October 15. Then a prefectural decree will be issued to apply the revised PPRN. "This will make it possible to unblock a lot of frozen situations", agrees Serge Gouteyron who recalls that this proposed new document "allows a lot of things" unlike previous versions, in particular the possibility of rebuilding in a very high hazard area, that is. say in dark red area located in a bank of 50 meters on the coastline.

"It is a very interesting and very positive document", admits the prefect. “It should allow a new dynamic to be created, a positive dynamic”, he adds, who thus hopes to be able to strengthen the attractive power of the territory and “bring back residents”. “Since 2010, there has been a demographic decline. The greatest reward will be to see the population increase again, ”he says.


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