06 May, 2011

Angers town hall meets Grand Pigeon district

The Grand Pigeon district is on the agenda of several Angers town councillors for the traditionnal meetings with inhabitants. This area is one of the most redevelopped par the urban renovation policy implemented all over Angers during the last years. The central point of the district, the Chaptal tower has been entirely transformed and, at the bottom of it, a new building is on construction.

In front of the district, along the Deux-Croix boulevard, a little commercial center toppled by new flats has replaced a school. At the bottom of many buildings, small gardens have been laid out. The renovation of the district is not yet completed. Several constructions are underway and plots of lands will receive others. The face of the district could yet evolve with the (hypothetic) arrival of the streetcar second line.

Are the difficulties of Grand Pigeon disappeared? According to some inhabitants and workers in touch with the district, some occupants of some buildings woult like to go away because incivilities are coming back. In fact, the economic issues could remain at the top of the concern of the districts. Several meetings are planned with the town councillors from the 14 to the 18 of May, this one with the mayor of Angers.

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