DISACCORD The municipality was hoping for a visual north-south breakthrough
If it is completed, the site should be completed by 2027. Photo of illustration. — Zeechow/Pixabay
The destruction site of the Insee tower at; Malakoff (Hauts-de-Seine) is a source of discord. As reported by Le Parisien this Saturday, the mayor (PCF), Jacqueline Belhomme, who opposes the project of an office building intended for the agents of the Ministries of Health. and Labor, wrote an open letter to the Ministry of Solidarity asking for the abandonment of the site.
“The state crushes our PLU, despises our travel plan, refuses a visual breakthrough,” This one started to probe the Insee tower with the aim of removing asbestos. Demolition is expected to take place within “about six months” and the offices should be occupied in 2027.
A visual breakthrough
However, the municipality was initially in favor of; destruction for the purpose of having a north-south visual breakthrough, but not for the construction of offices. “We refuse […] to have a building imposed upon us that turns our backs on us. the city and encloses its inhabitants,” the edile. She is now planning to organize a demonstration with the inhabitants.
The Ministry of Social Affairs believes that it has already makes concessions and that such a visual breakthrough is well planned but without going through the ministry's website.