Chartres' PLU will be modified this year
The Local Urban Plan (PLU) of Chartres was revised in 2015. A simplified modification is planned for 2020.
Chartres is known as the "capital of light and perfume". Situated 90 kilometres from Paris, Chartres is also a place of pilgrimage on Palm Sunday and at Pentecost with the Christian pilgrimage from Notre-Dame-de-Paris to Notre-Dame-de-Chartres, and is crossed by one of the many Pilgrimage Routes to Santiago de Compostela.
The maximum building heights allowed in Chartres city centre are detailed in the Plan de Sauvegarde et de Mise en Valeur (PSMV).
The mayor of Chartres, Mr Jean-Pierre GORGES, is surrounded by Mrs Elisabeth BARRAULT, deputy town planning officer
The social housing rate in the city is 26%.
Chartres has reserved sites along the D7154 departmental road, in the Chanzy-Bonnard, Fulbert and Rechèvres districts and at the Chartres-Métropole airfield.
The city has authorised 21 building permits for the construction of collective and individual housing.
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