27 July 2020 - 10h12
While the work of Grand Ida behind the Jardins d’Apolline is underway with the demolitions, the question arose of the buildings at 8, 10, 12 and 14 Rue Plati surrounded by the perimetre of the project. Already old buildings whose sustainability did not seem assured and whose occupants were beginning to be seriously disturbed by the work.
Eventually, a solution was offered to each of them, on a case-by-case basis, and an overall agreement was eventually reached. The state will become the owner of this complex and will be able to carry out its reconstruction as part of the Grand Ida project. In practice, some of the current owners have sold to the State but, for the most part, they have made a donation which will allow them to once again own a modern and, more or less, equivalent apartment in the new building which will have parking lots.
The organization of rehousing
During the reconstruction phase, either they will relocate themselves, or they will be relocated thanks to the intervention of Albert Croesi, the interministerial adviser to the Minister of State, and often in apartments vacated by the tenants of the Jardins d’Apolline back to their home. An approach which also concerns the tenants present in the four buildings. It was also necessary to find solutions for craftsmen and businesses installed on Rue Plati for a long time. As for the schedule, it is relatively tight since the premises are scheduled to be vacated on September 30th in order to best comply with the requirements of this major project. Following the transaction, the state will, for its part, become the owner of a number of additional apartments.
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