On 13th May, Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of urbanism and architecture, Grand Paris projects, economic development and the city’s attractiveness, was invited by the company club, Club Enterprises La Tribune - CCI Paris Ile-de-France, to explain how the City of Paris intends to make Paris the smart city, world capital by 2020.
Within the framework of the project to reorganise its archives, which forms part of its work programme, Apur has transferred the draft model of the proposed development of Place Stalingrad and its surroundings, dating from 1985, to the depository at the Paris-Belleville National School of Architecture.
2.5 million m3 of waste water: this is the volume of waste water which passes, each day, through the water treatment network managed by the interdepartmental syndicate for sanitation of the Parisian conurbation - SIAAP. The territory covered by the SIAAP is made up of the Paris conurbation (Paris departments, Hauts-de-Seine, Val-de-Marne and Seine-Saint-Denis comprised of 124 communes, 6.6 million inhabitants as well as some communes of Seine-et-Marne, Yvelines, Essonne and Val-d’Oise (162 communes, 2.3 million inhabitants).
As part of of the study “A fresh look at the economy / new economic models: circular, collaborative, social and inclusive”, an initial survey of these new consumer services has been carried out.
They were organised under the following headings: Consumers and Small Farmers Associations (AMAP), Bakers, Communal gardens, Work cooperatives, Coworking, Fab Labs, Hacker spaces, Skills swaps, Recycling centres and Hotels/restaurants.