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Bagneux: a first decisive step for the construction of the future high school

2023-09-23T09:08:43.260Z

Highlights: Bagneux: a first decisive step for the construction of the future high school. The standing committee of the Ile-de-France region voted, this Thursday, 8 million euros of credits for the study phase of the construction project. The delivery of the 1,220-seat establishment in the heart of the Mathurins district, on the former site of the Directorate General of Armaments, is scheduled for 2028. According to its projections, 700 additional high school students will live in Bagneux by 2030.


The standing committee of the Ile-de-France region voted, this Thursday, 8 million euros of credits for the study phase of the construction project.


This is good news for the city of Bagneux. The Ile-de-France region voted in permanent committee, this Thursday, the budget to finance the study phase of the construction of the future high school of the commune. "We were waiting impatiently for this news," says Marie-Hélène Amiable, mayor (PCF) of the commune. This is a crucial step for the construction of the high school. »

Thus, 8 million euros are granted for this phase. The total cost of the work is estimated at 65 million euros. The delivery of the 1,220-seat establishment in the heart of the Mathurins district, on the former site of the Directorate General of Armaments (DGA), which packed up in 2016, is scheduled for 2028.

A city mobilized for 50 years

"This operation responds to the lack of places in the establishments of the south of Hauts-de-Seine," writes the municipality in a statement. According to its projections, 700 additional high school students will live in Bagneux by 2030. Each year, a few high school students already remain on the sidelines without assignment while their sector high schools are in Sceaux or Montrouge.

"This operation is the result of a strong citizen mobilization in recent years," continues the city. Human chain, petition, letter written by Gilles Leroy, Prix Goncourt 2007, native of the city and signed by a large number of personalities from the world of culture, the actions had multiplied.

In reality, the fight has been going on for 50 years. It was finally when the DGA released the land and the LBO, the new owner of the wasteland, agreed to cede one hectare of land to the city after negotiations, that the municipality was able to have the necessary land reserve.

Source: leparis

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