Since 2011 Apur has been compiling a database made up of elements provided by the key players in the territory thus bringing together development projects from all over the Parisian conurbation.
This Database Project is constantly evolving, and makes it possible to produce the maps necessary for understanding the transformations underway within the metropolitan territory as a whole and on all scales.
Drawings of detailed dimensioned plans add coherence in time, space and the function of pilot projects run by numerous different key players.
During the twentieth century the motorway network grew bringing regions far afield closer together while creating great division locally.
In 1900 the car industry developed and the Parisian underground -Métro- was built. In 1934, Henri Prost proposed the first plan for motorways in the Seine Department.
80 hectares : this is the surface area of roof-top terraces which offer a huge greening potential in Paris. The capital has, at the moment, 44 hectares of greened roofs, 1.4% of the city's green spaces, at a time when greening the city has been highlighted as one of the leverage solutions for adapting it to climatic changes.