What will the district to the east of Nantes, built on former market gardening land, look like?

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Nantes Métropole has just appointed a new team of architects and landscapers to carry out the second phase of the development project for the Doulon-Gohards district, located on 180 hectares of former market gardening land to the east of Nantes.

The Samuel-Paty pedestrian alley borders the Claire-Bretécher school, the first public facility built in Doulon-Gohards. | PRESS PHOTO OCEAN-RC


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  • The Samuel-Paty pedestrian alley borders the Claire-Bretécher school, the first public facility built in Doulon-Gohards. | PRESS PHOTO OCEAN-RC

Nantes Métropole has appointed the Georges workshop and the Laq agency to continue the development of the Doulon-Gohards district, to the east of Nantes. The new team of landscapers, town planners and architects is responsible for managing the second phase of the project, which runs until 2029.

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It takes over from the work initiated since 2012 by the group composed of the In-Situ and Bruel Delmar agencies, which enabled the return to production of the first three urban farms.

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