The President of the Metropolis of Lyon Gérard Collomb (PS) does not like to be kept away. The aedile lamented Tuesday to have been informed by the press held in Vaulx-en-Velin, a city of the agglomeration, the interdepartmental committee devoted to Bill Equality and Citizenship (CIEC). “President of the Metropolis of Lyon and very concerned by these issues, I strongly regret not having learned that the press holding this ICCS” wrote the Senator-Mayor of Lyon said in a statement. “The action of the Metropole is nevertheless often cited as an example in terms of urban renewal projects, policy of the city, and more generally of a real desire to restore social diversity across the conurbation “recalls the elected, on the eve of the ministerial meeting.
the city of Vaulx-en-Velin, northeast of Lyon, is led by the current Secretary of State for Hélène Goeffroy city. Gérard Collomb stressed that, since the launch of an “ambitious project” in 2001, with the former mayor of Vaulx-en-Velin Maurice Charrier (former Communist Party), this town, which “included a gigantic shantytown,” was “completely transformed”. “Large companies have come settle there: Technip, Veolia, Alstom Transport, a cooperation and ethical finance division, Woopa soon Adecco, with nearly 1 000 jobs. In short, this area has found a new life, “he explains.
316 million to its urban
” We are waiting to know what will the state participation “for the second National urban renewal Programme (2014-2024), says Gérard Collomb, who said that the state funding for the first phase of PNRU amounted to 316 million euros its suburbs. “While stands the ICCS, we expect at least as much,” says Gérard Collomb for whom this is the yardstick of this funding that we can judge the government’s willingness to promote in the Lyon area equal . actual
Vaulx-en-Velin, Prime Minister Manuel Valls will be joined on Wednesday members of his government directly concerned by the text: Patrick Kanner (City and Youth), Emmanuelle Cosse (Housing), Najat Vallaud-Belkacem (Education), Myriam El Khomri (Labour), Ericka Bareigts (real EQUALITY) and Hélène Geoffroy. The presentation by the Cabinet Bill equality and citizenship, originally scheduled for April 6 was postponed for a week, for reasons of agenda and agenda of the Council of Ministers.