Through Inès Genetay
Published on 20 Apr 21 at 18:16
This Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the demolition of a former low-rental housing complex (HLM) in the Beaulieu district, in Chartres (Eure-et-Loir) resulted in the start of deconstruction, excavator, the building and therefore 70 accomodations from rue Pierre-et-Marie-Curie.
Here are the images of this deconstruction, filmed this morning:
This demolition is part of the New National Urban Renewal Program (NPNRU), while these homes disappear, new ones will be built and rehabilitated.
The Beaulieu district becomes the Clos district
Since 2007, the City of Chartres undertook the metamorphosis of the Beaulieu district, renamed Clos district.
The goal is to “loosen” these public housing bars to make room for more modern and more spaced residences.
“Doing away with dilapidated buildings in order to build new ones in line with current standards of comfort and accessibility is one of the principles of the transformation of the Clos district”, it is stated on the site of the City of Chartres.
D‘other arrangements have been carried out since the start of the transformation of the district, such as the Petits-Clos mall, avenue François-Mitterrand or the Henri-IV school group …
The municipality must exhibit the memories collected by the inhabitants of this district during the spring 2021.