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17 Boulevard Morland - Architect : Albert Laprade
june 27th 2017
The association, comprised of 23 members, has appointed Claude Dargent as its Chairman. He has been the Paris City Councilor of the 15th district since 23 June 2014.   
17 Boulevard Morland - Architect : Albert Laprade
june 27th 2017
Apur is no profit association of :
Interactive map of the circular railway line in Paris - La Petite Ceinture -
march 31st 2017
In 2017, the - Petite Ceinture - remained a unique space within the Parisian landscape, playing a role in the history of the city, rooted in the collective imagination, both mysterious and preserv...
Datavisualisation
march 31st 2017
Datavisualisation is a way of representing data visually, which can be in the form of graphic web components developed specifically to be dynamic and interactive and whose aim is to “tell” a story i...
Interactive map of hotels established in the Parisian metropolis 2016
march 15th 2017
Discover the interactive map of hotels established in Paris and its metropolis  
Logo Seine Valley
february 20th 2017
The initiative associating the Government and the Ile-de-France and Normandy Regions, supported by the Seine Valley Urbanism Agencies Cooperation, is now equipped with a website: www.vdseine.fr. ...
Map of inter-communalities in Ile-de-France
february 7th 2017
Since 2002, Apur, together with the City of Paris and the Association of Mayors of Ile-de-France (Amif), has been developing and continually updating a detailed commune-scale map of the inter-co...
Partnership work programme 2017/2018
january 5th 2017
Apur's 2017/2018 partnership programme voted in by the General Assembly on December 15th, 2016, guarantees that the work undertaken since 2015 will continue and confirms Apur’s role as the prod...
Apur wishes you a Very Happy New Year 2017
december 19th 2016
The Paris Urbanism Agency, its Director, Claude Dargent, and all the team send their warmest wishes for 2017.    
Sous rubrique - bandeau - Observatoire / Prévention de la dégradation des immeub
december 12th 2016
This observatory takes over from the Observatory of Insalubrity which ceased to be operational in 2011, at the same time as its plan to reintegrate substandard housing reached its end.   The new...
Key-figures of 131 municipal Communes in Greater Paris
december 8th 2016
This tool, which describes statistics on communes and territories of the Parisian Metropolis of Grand Paris, responds to the demand of key players and citizens to be able to consult raw data thems...
Cycle Path Project for 2020
november 25th 2016
The Seine Valley Urbanism Agencies working in collaboration have brought out the study: “Cycle Path along the Banks of the Seine”.   This study reinforces the idea of the Cycle Path Project as a...
A home for innovative and inclusive economies
october 14th 2016
The City of Paris launched “Les Canaux” (canals), the home of innovative and solidarity-based economies. This new hybrid site of social and inclusive economy is located on the embankments of the Bas...
Shops in Paris
october 12th 2016
To facilitate actions undertaken separately or in partnership in the field of commerce, the City of Paris, the Delegation of the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry -CCIP-: and the Apur have a...
City of Paris social housing -RIVP-
october 10th 2016
The law n°2004-809 passed on 13th August  2004 on local liberties and responsibilities planned the setting up of a Housing and Living Conditions Observatory within the framework of local housing pro...
Visions of Grand Paris
september 6th 2016
The metropolitan area surrounding Paris is developing faster than ever and is experiencing a multitude of sometimes contradictory movements and phenomena which are changing its appearance and equi...
Partnership work programme 2016/2017
june 1st 2016
The Paris Urbanism Agency’s 2016/2017 partnership programme is committed to continuing the work already underway and supports the policies of Paris and the metropolis. The work on the database conti...
Données disponibles en Open Data
april 11th 2016
Apur is partaking in the open data movement begun in 2014 by releasing new previously unpublished data via a new, more easily accessible platform. This platform offers a space for researching, ...