In Coutances, a new district of over 300 housing units will rise from the ground up

in codes, more than 300 houses will be arranged 20 hectares Near the way to Lecce. It is a large-scale real estate operation for Manche sub-prefecture, which has 8,500 residents.

Worn by promoter Asclépios, includes 114 localities for sale, to build detached houses, four collective buildings where there are plans for a hundred apartments and then A “village” of 94 housing units for the elderly.

A village of autonomy for seniors

The village consists of small one-storey houses, from T1 to T3, with a garden built around a main building, where occupants can access the counseling room for eating, doing activities or even meetings. you therapy.

It is an intermediate residence between a personal home and a nursing home for people aged 75 or 80 who are still in good health but have minor disabilities. They know they will not be able to stay in their home until the end of their lives and do not wish to return to nursing homes because, over time, nursing homes have become more places of care than places of life, Dr. explains Jean Sutton, geriatrician and president of Asclepios.

more residents

With all these homes built, Coutances hopes to welcome new residents, especially since the city is experiencing a demographic decline: it has lost about 1,500 residents in 40 years.

This is a major project. In the future, of course there will be no others because I think local inter-sectarian urban planning will not allow this and that is okay, explains Jean-Dominique Bourdin, the mayor of Coutance. In the meantime, we are happy to have this project that will enrich the existing offering. This is part of our objective to rebuild demographics, but we are also working on the fight against attractiveness and vacant housing.

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