In Saint-Brieuc, an expert appraisal will determine whether 15 rue Saint-Guillaume is too dilapidated

In Saint-Brieuc, an expert appraisal will determine whether 15 rue Saint-Guillaume is too dilapidated
In Saint-Brieuc, an expert appraisal will determine whether 15 rue Saint-Guillaume is too dilapidated

This Tuesday, July 2, barriers stand in front of the shop “Un jour ailleurs” at 15 rue Saint-Guillaume in Saint-Brieuc, as if to announce a danger. Inside, the owner is still in the dark about her business. There is no order of endangerment for the moment.

“There is dry rot throughout the building, but I don’t know anything more. The town hall hasn’t given me any documents yet. They came on Friday morning to put up barriers in front of my shop without much explanation,” explains the manager of the business, who has been running the shop for 20 years. The building has been for sale for some time. “There’s no need for studies to find dry rot: the cellar is often flooded and it stinks of damp.” Upstairs, the apartments are empty, as the owners don’t live there.

“Dry rot and other problems”

Marie-Laure Morin, head of the housing department of the City of Saint-Brieuc, indicates that an expert from the administrative court is due to visit this Wednesday, July 3. “The dry rot and other problems such as the foundations or cracks could force the City to prohibit the occupation of the place by decree. We put up barriers in front because we didn’t want people to set up there with the weekend sale.”

Several buildings are closely monitored by the municipality or are already the subject of a danger order, such as 13, rue Houvenagle.

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