Territorial Harmonisation Plan
Established in 2000 by the Solidarité et Renouvellement Urbain (solidarity and urban renewal) law, the SCOT is a mechanism for urban planning which aims to organise urban, coherent, socially responsible, and sustainable development. This document harmonises the urban policies for transport, the environment and housing. It establishes objectives above the town’s level which are implemented by the town in the PLU (local urbanism plan).
19th December 2012: the Schéma de Cohérence Territorial (territorial harmonisation plan) was approved by the SMEPRM. Below you will find a presentation report, the town planning and sustainable development project, the general orientation document, and all the maps associated with the SCOT.