The ZAC Clichy-Batignolles is one of the eco-districts launched by the City of Paris to lead ambitious sustainable development policies, stated in the Climate Plan and the Biodiversity Plan of Paris.
The area of the operation is located in the 17th arrondissement of Paris and lies in a pivotal position between Haussmann-style neighbourhoods and the city of Clichy-La-Garenne. This 50-hectare project is a radical mutation of a site originally dedicated to railway infrastructures. It rationalises installations related to rail activity and frees a large area to create a urban neighbourhood centered around a 10-hectare park and recreating every function of the city.
The development project is based on strong choices:
- the creation of a 10-hectare park,
- the choice of real urban diversity,
- a showcase for sustainable development with the implementation of environmental technologies
- to strengthen the service in public transportations in this part of the 17th arrondissement.