Marignane (13)

The inter-communal Local Urban Plan of the Marseille Provence Territory is approved in 2018

The commune of Marignane is part of the Aix-Marseille-Provence Metropolis, which adopted its inter-communal Local Urban Plan (PLUi ) project in 2018. Its approval is planned for the end of 2019.

Numerous plots of land are impacted by the PLUi ruling, mainly in the centre of Marignane, particularly in terms of changes in maximum height and floor space.

The permitted height, the setback and the landscapes to be preserved are architectural constraints defined in the regulations of each zone and will articulate the building potential of a property.

The municipality of Marignane has defined two development and programming zones, near the Marseille-Provence airport and in the south of the city, near the Marseille-Rhone canal. These areas involve specific projects of their own and therefore particular architectural constraints to be taken into account for any property project.

Marignane: a historic city with significant land opportunities

Founded around the oppidum of Notre-Dame de Pitié, the town has defined protection areas around the Notre-Dame de Pitié chapel and around the town centre, which houses the former Covet de Marignane castle, now the town hall, and the Saint-Nicolas chapel. Real estate projects carried out within these perimeters will have to be submitted for approval to the Architecte des Bâtiments de France.

This Bouches-du-Rhône commune authorised 7 building permits in 2018, for collective housing, equivalent to 148 new homes, and individual housing. The permits for collective housing are located in the town centre and near the banks of the Bolmon pond.


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