Chambéry (73)

The inter-communal Local Urban Plan of Greater Chambéry will be adopted in early 2019

The approval of the inter-communal Local Urban Plan of Greater Chambéry is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2019.

Michel Dantin, mayor of Chambéry, is surrounded by Josiane Beaud, deputy mayor for the city's influence, for urban planning issues.

The municipality of Chambéry has defined nine areas for a comprehensive development programme, mainly in the districts of Bissy and Hauts de Chambéry. Five concerted development zones are located around the Chambéry - Challes-les-Eaux train station, near the Natural History Museum, on Avenue de Turin and next to the Mager stadium. Otherdevelopment areas are defined in the commune.

Chambéry, the city of dukes, is home to many real estate projects

17 building permits are authorised in this Savoie commune in 2018 for individual and collective housing. They are mainly located in the city centre and in the Laurier district.

Chambéry,the city of dukes, which was home to the counts of Savoy, has seen its historic centre and the Charmettes valley around the Charmettes house, where Jean-Jacques Rousseau stayed, designated as an outstanding heritage site. Real estate projects on this site, as well as on the perimeters around the Buisson Rond castle, the specialised hospital centre, the Caramagne castle and the Croix des Brigands, will be submitted for approval to the Architectes des Bâtiments de France.


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