- Management chart
© David Darrault
Avec cette série en quatre épisodes, la Mission Val de Loire propose de reprendre le chemin des levées, des premières occupations humaines dans le Val...
Published on 29 January 2018 - Updated 30 January 2019
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Since 2015, Mission Val de Loire World Heritage, in partnership with the Urban Planning Agencies of the Tours Urban Area (ATU) and of the Region of Angers (AURA) has been providing local authorities of the UNESCO Loire Valley site with a programme of university workshops, "Habiter l’eau” in order to design and discuss the renewal of the Loire landscapes, with regard to new tourist, residential and agricultural uses. The 2017 and 2018 editions have seen the partnership increase to include the Établissement Public Loire and the Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition and have focused their work on the uses of the river area from the point of view of climate change.
Relying on the knowledge of river landscapes and heritage sites, listed as UNESCO World Heritage, to steer the design of projects, to meet economic, societal and environmental expectations, in particular in terms of risk mitigation and adaptation to climate change.
Two points for discussion:
15 workshops were organised in all, involving 208 students supervised by 33 research professors from 6 higher education institutions:
Workshops along the riverbanks, in Maine-et-Loire, Indre-et-Loire and Loiret.
A forum is organised for 18 May 2018 to pool the results of the workshops. Lasting one day, it will bring together students, teachers, urban planning agencies, the Établissement Public Loire and representatives from partner local authorities.
Institutional representatives managing the public river network, the State, the Loire-Bretagne Water Agency, the Loire Anjou Touraine Regional Nature Park and the Regional Natural Spaces Conservation Centres will be consulted to define the approaches and projects helping to inform the implementation of the UNESCO site’s management plan and the commitment of riverside local authorities.
The conclusions of this research will be presented at the 12th Rendezvous of the Loire Valley as a final workshop alongside video clips, a project booklet and an exhibition which can be accessed in the Loire Valley resources portal and partner portals.
Two video clips have already been produced. They summarise the results of the workshops held in 2017.
Bien reçu !
Nous vous répondrons prochainement.
L’équipe de la Mission Val de Loire.