Aménagements portuaires

The project to extend the port of Limay-Porcheville

- Ports de Paris

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 The port activity of Limay-Porcheville in full growth

Created in the 1970s, the Limay-Porcheville port area is the essential platform in western Paris. Specializing in eco-industries, it currently generates about 1,000 jobs and is constantly developing its activities with a doubling of its multimodal traffic between 2010 and 2015.
This dynamism leads to a 96% occupancy of the marketable portion of the port area.
The objective of the extension project is therefore to encourage the development of new economic activities in the area and to support the development of river transport.
 

Zone portuaire de Limay-Porcheville  Zone portuaire de Limay-Porcheville
Zone portuaire de Limay-Porcheville

A project that will bring new dynamics to the territory

Strengthening the current activities of the port area and meeting the expectations of economic players are major challenges for the development of the territory. The extension project will allow the implementation of new activities and provide a competitive multimodal offer.

Which participates in the development of the Seine axis and promotes multimodality

In a context of increasing river traffic, developing the capacity of the port of Limay-Porcheville is a priority objective in order to contribute to the development of the Seine axis. The port area of Limay-Porcheville already has strong potential, given the quality of its multimodal infrastructure (river, rail, road).

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To be exemplary in environmental matters

To preserve residents’ living environment and their uses, the project will pay particular attention to the quality of landscaping. Ecological continuities, integrated into the green fabric of the territory, will be created between the city and the river.
The project to extend the port of Limay-Porcheville also aims to obtain ISO 14001 certification guaranteeing the environmental quality of the action carried out by the Port
 

The project in brief

The cost and financing of the project

A project estimated at 20 million euros excluding VAT, financed by HAROPA - Ports de Paris (excluding land acquisitions).
The studies are co-financed by the State and the Île-de-France Region within the framework of the State-Regions Interregional Plan Contract.
 

The project schedule

The project map

Consultation on the project

HAROPA - Ports de Paris organized, from 3 October to 9 December 2016, a phase of dialogue with the public, to gather the points of view, opinions and suggestions of all. Several means of information and participation have thus been set up.

Feedback on the consultation meetings

La réunion publique de restitution de la concertation s’est tenue le mardi 6 décembre 2016, dans la salle municipale de Limay. Elle a réuni 80 personnes et a permis à chacun d’exprimer une nouvelle fois son avis sur le projet, ses caractéristiques et ses enjeux.

The public meeting to report on the consultation was held on Tuesday 6 December 2016, in Limay municipal hall. It brought together 80 people and allowed everyone to express once again their opinion on the project, its features and challenges.
The thematic workshop on the development of city-port interfaces, which was held on Thursday 3 November 2016 in Limay municipal hall, brought together the project's residents to discuss development proposals for the extension of the proposed port area.

It was attended by 24 participants.
 


 A workshop dedicated to economic stakeholders was organized on the morning of Wednesday 19 October 2016. Bringing together some twenty participants, it provided an opportunity to discuss with companies their needs and expectations in terms of equipment and services, employment and training.

A visit to the port area was organised by HAROPA - Ports de Paris on Wednesday 19 October 2016. The participants were very interested in discovering the port activity and its facilities. The project team was present to answer any questions.
14 people were present.
 

The opening public meeting took place in Limay, in the presence of about 100 people, on Tuesday 11 October 2016 in Limay municipal hall on Rue des Quatre Chemins.

Download the consultation report

> Consultation report
> Annexes to the consultation report (Part 1)
> Annexes to the consultation report (Part 2)
 

Download the presentations and reports

Public meeting of 6 December 2016: 
 - Find here the minutes of the public meeting held on 6 December 2016
 - Find here the presentation of the public meeting of 6 December 2016
Public meeting of 23 November 2016:
- Find here the minutes of the public meeting held on 23 November 2016
 - Find here the presentation of the public meeting of 23 November 2016
Public meeting of 11 October 2016:
 - Find here the presentation of the public meeting of 11 October 2016
 - Find here the minutes of the public meeting held on 11 October 2016
Workshop with economic players on 19 October 2016:
 - Find here the presentation of the workshop of 19 October 2016
 - Find here the report of the workshop of 19 October 2016
Workshop of 3 November 2016 on the development of city-port interfaces:
 - Find here the presentation of the workshop of 3 November 2016
 - Find here the report of the workshop of 3 November 2016
 

Project documentation

  • Project logbook
  • Information leaflet
  • Information panels
  • Press release on the launch of the consultation
  • Press release consultation workshop on 3 November 2016
  • Press release on the extension of the consultation