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Weekend Reads Collapsed buildings in Marseille: "Noailles has become a lawless area in which we no longer want to live"

12:00  24 october  2020
12:00  24 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The inhabitants of Noailles can no longer live in a district emptied of its occupants where the 'insecurity and unworthy housing, two years after the tragedy of rue d'Aubagne

Les immeubles de la rue d'Aubagne ont laissé place à une dent creuse © Christophe Simon / AFP The buildings of rue d'Aubagne have given way to a hollow tooth URBANISM - The inhabitants of Noailles do not can no longer live in a neighborhood emptied of its occupants where insecurity and unworthy housing reign, two years after the tragedy in rue d'Aubagne

“I live at 66 rue d'Aubagne, opposite the hollow tooth. When I return home, I don't feel safe . I am the last to live in my building , which has been emptied. I'm alone. Next to it, there are dealers who stood there and threatened me twice. I'm very worried. "

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Since November 5, 2018 and the collapse of several buildings on rue d'Aubagne in Marseille, the Noailles district has lost its soul, and its inhabitants, their serenity. The scar of this traumatic event is still alive for the hundred people who responded on Friday evening. In the Bargemon space, usually dedicated to municipal councils, the new left-wing municipality, led by Sophie Camard, newly elected sector mayor, had invited residents to a public meeting on the future of the district, as a political marker of change on a highly controversial subject under Jean-Claude Gaudin.

More than 400 inhabitants evacuated from the

district But this meeting quickly turned into a succession of cries, fed up and worries from Marseillais weary of a situation that has dragged on for two years already. Hit hard by the housing crisis, Noailles has become "an empty, lifeless neighborhood", as Alima El Bajnouni, vice-president of the Un center-ville pour tous association, deplores. According to figures communicated during the meeting by Patrick Amico, deputy in charge of housing policy and the fight against substandard housing, no less than 411 residents of the district have been urgently evacuated for two years, giving way to a series of vacant buildings, looting and delinquency.

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"I was evacuated in December," Eric said. I was given three quarters of an hour to evacuate. I was told to pack my suitcase. I felt like I was in 1943. And our building has been broken into twice since. At the Noailles police station, I was told that all the evacuated buildings were burgled! »In the distance, Sophie Camard nods, sorry. “There will be an islanding of the municipal police every day, two shifts between 8 am and 7 pm, promises Yannick Ohanessian, assistant in charge of security. And I got the police chief to have the national police present to take over at night. "

Reopening of the rue d'Aubagne

" Noailles has become a kind of lawless area in which we no longer want to live, "recognizes herself Mathilde Chaboche, new assistant in charge of town planning. "Having a closed street like the rue d´Aubagne contributes to stigmatizing the image of the neighborhood," said Patrick Amico. We need to re-urbanize rue d'Aubagne by making traffic possible. As of next week, rue d'Aubagne will be reopened to traffic and the security perimeter will be reduced. A round of applause swept through the room.

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Almost immediately, Patrick Amico specifies: “It will be pedestrian traffic or in very gentle mode. The elected official fears the effect of car vibrations on buildings that are still fragile. Two years after the fatal collapse of dilapidated buildings, despite numerous speeches, ministerial visits, the creation of the Splain , a structure supposed to help with the renovation of buildings in Noailles but which turns out to be an "empty shell. "According to Mathilde Chaboche, the observation of inertia is terrifying. Collapsing facades, roofs taking in water ... If we are to believe the successive testimonies, the urgent need for work in Noailles is still just as glaring, the results of the appraisals still as difficult to obtain for the more exasperated residents of the neighborhood. and clueless than ever.

Faced with this, the city has undertaken to take charge of the office work, in order to speed up the renovation process, and to consult residents on the future of the neighborhood. However, while the expectations are enormous, elected officials want to be cautious. “In front of you, I feel very small, confesses Yannick Ohanessian. You are incredible in courage and resilience. I hear your distress. We are in a transitional phase which may be a bit long. "We are not magicians, insists Mathilde Chaboche. But we want to rebuild this neighborhood over time, with you. "

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