In Paris, 3,600 buildings for public use (3.2 million m² spread over 650 schools, 480 crèches and day nurseries, 68 libraries, 145 gymnasiums, administrative offices, urban services, etc.) belong to the City. In order to “meet the needs and expectations of new places and improve the construction and transformation of existing ones”Mayor Anne Hidalgo’s team launches “a vast program of renovation and creation of new offers”entitled “Paris equips itself”.
On the occasion of a professional morning at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal dedicated to this policy, on May 18, the deputy for public constructions and the ecological transition of buildings, Jacques Baudrier, presented to the sector the challenges and objectives by the municipal team: creation of swimming pools, conservatories, sports centres, media libraries, “but also hybrid equipment superimposing activities or combining culture and sport, education and art”renovation and adaptation of schools, nurseries… new or transformed buildings, “the ambition is to invent places open to their neighborhood allowing different times of appropriation”he indicated.
Paul Simondon, finance assistant, recalled, for his part, that “The city’s investment budget for the building sector is colossal and constantly growing, as illustrated by our spending target of 1.65 billion euros in 2022”. This “not counting the investments of the City’s tools such as social landlords”he recalled.
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