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Following publication of the details of the “Fleet and ports of the Loire” plan, under the aegis of the Loire valley development organisation (Mission Val de Loire), local government organisations have committed to renovate their quaysides and ports as part of their urban improvement and tourist development activities. Two recent achievements: Chalonnes-sur-Loire (49) and Bréhémont (37).
Opened on 17th September 2010 after 9 months of work, the Gambetta quayside has become a lively new area for recreation and business.
The main developments were:
The project cost (including work at the Place des Halles) was €1,000,000 before tax, co-financed by the town (€550,000), a single CTU (Contrat Territorial Unique) payment from the Pays de la Loire region in line with its local policy supplemented by a “UNESCO landscape” CTU (€210,000), central government (€140,000) and the departmental authority (Conseil general) (€100,000).
An historic river depth indicator, a collective item of work including the collective memories of numerous participants, was installed at the same time.
Photos credit : Town of Chalonnes-sur-Loire
On the 11th December, the port of Bréhémont was officially reunited with the Loire. Many items of work had been carried out: the renovation of stairs, cleaning and restoration of slipways, installation of new lighting and of ringbolts for mooring of vessels.
These works were carried out as part of the policy for improving the ports, led by the department of Indre-et-Loire (conseil general). This policy has two main aims:
Other ports are involved in these activities, notably: Chouzé-sur-Loire, Langeais, La Chapelle-sur-Loire and Candes-Saint-Martin.
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