The developments of this eco-district encourage a simple and convivial way of life where nature has a large place in its bucolic and rural expression and where relations between neighbours are encouraged and facilitated.
They bring a new coherence with the diversity of urban forms resulting from fifty years of urban planning, with the nearby city center to the north and the countryside to the south. The latter is an area rich in plant heritage and evidence of the agricultural past.
This new district has the ambition to make its neighbours more dynamic. Particular attention has been paid to the quality and legibility of the links between the different areas. In Joly Jean, a 1500-metre-long linear park provides the link.