Aubagne (13)

The Local Urban Plan of the commune of Aubagne has been in force since 2017

The Pays d'Aubagne et de l'Étoile 's inter-communal Local Urban Plan is currently being drawn up, and is scheduled for 2021, involving 12 municipalities.

Jeannine Levasseur, deputy mayor of Aubagne, Gérard Gazay, is responsible for urban planning.

The commune has defined three project areas: near the Aubagne railway station, around the Creissauds castle and around the Moulin à Huile, which produces santons de Provence, which are famous in this Provencal town.

Architectural constraints, such as the landscapes to be preserved or the setback, are regulated for each zone defined in the Local Urban Plan of the municipality of Aubagne.

Aubagne: a historic town offering land opportunities to property developers

6 building permits have been authorised for collective and individual housing in this Bouches-du-Rhône commune. The permits for collective housing, corresponding to 157 new dwellings, are located in the town centre, near the Edmond Garcin hospital and on Avenue de la Paix.

Aubagne's town centre, which is home to three listed chapels - the Grey Penitents chapel, the Black Penitents chapel and the White Penitents chapel - is protected and requires that any property project be submitted to the Architectes des Bâtiments de France for their opinion.


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