Environmental approach
to urban planning

> Acting in favor of the environmental performance of urban forms,
> Aiming for energy sobriety and diversification of sources in favor of renewable and recuperative energies,
> Instruct the ecological transition of urban environments through circular management of flows and services,
> Avoid passing on the ecological costs of urban operation to others (spaces, populations, generations, species).
> Contribute to urban resilience in both the short term (climate events) and the long term (prosperity, quality of life, attractiveness, social mix, etc.).
> Favour urban planning based on demand and not on residential supply.

> Operational support,
> Preliminary diagnosis ,
> Impact studies and case by case,
> Environmental and sustainable development specifications (CPEDD),
> Environmental management and performance monitoring at the different phases of the project,
> Eco-design of built ensembles and infrastructures,
> Ex-post evaluation, follow-up and corrective measures,
> Total cost approach,
> Regulatory files.