The first stone of the future Le Courtil retirement home in Carquefou was laid on 22 February, in the presence of Véronique Dubettier-Grenier, Mayor of Carquefou and Departmental Councillor, and Arnaud Vaujour, Director of Linkcity Grand Ouest. Let’s take a look back at some of the pictures from the day. Located in the centre of […]
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Cities to be: “From aspirational metropolis to inspirational city”
Providing levers for attaining the goals of sustainable development, such is the ambition of Cities to Be. In concrete terms, this means pooling experiences, solutions and best practices, generating momentum among the territories, and persuading players of the building sector to commit to such goals. All in the aim of creating a denser, more resilient city that offers, quite simply, a pleasant way of life.
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