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FR19_LAU1_Pays de Maurienne Development Charter_2004

Name of the country France
Sector Regional development
Name of the document (original) Charte de développement Pays de Maurienne
Name of the document (English) Pays de Maurienne Development Charter (2004)
Administrative level Intercommunal
Type of the document Strategy
Year of adoption 2004
Foreseen duration Ten years (Prolonged)
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) LAU 1
Authority Intermunicipality (grouping of municipality) "Pays de Maurienne"
Availability in English No
Legally binding Non binding
SGI coverage SGI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description The close cooperation between elected officials, civil society (through local development council) and regional/departmental partners should successfully achieve the goals of this strategy. This document added a focus on cross-cutting projects as an improvement compared to the previous contracts.
Major objectives [1/4]
1st strategic line :
Promote, in a mountain territory, services and connections at an urban level:
- Developing local health policies
- Improving cultural and sport services towards local population and touristic clients
- Improving retail offering
- Enhancing housing for local population
- Develop a transportation policy adapted to the specific needs of the valley
Short Summary The Charte de Pays has been drawn up in 2003 with the participation of local authorities and civil society, and aims to make clear the shared vision of the territory and the main issues for the next ten years.
It aims at implementing a global and sustainable development in a human-oriented valley.

3 challenges have been identified for the territory:
- Promoting a community with the same economic, social and environmental interests, by including great projects.
- Communicating on a new image of Maurienne and make possible its integration in Savoie, Alps and Rhône-alpes.
- Integrating 21st century developments, for a modern and solidarity territory

Those challenges have been developed in 4 strategic lines. They give structure to the Charter and a framework to the CTS and CDPRA:
Promote, in a mountain territory, services and connections at an urban level
> This line is related to SGI delivery:
- Developing local health policies
- Improving cultural and sport services towards local population and touristic clients
- Improving retail offering
- Enhancing housing for local population
- Develop a transportation policy adapted to the specific needs of the valley

Strengthen and diversify the economic fabric
Enhance a diversified touristic development
Develop a sustainable living environment
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