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Transfer of communal economic activity areas to Grand Dole under the NOTRe law

Urban Community of Grand Dole

Context and challenges

Like the EPCI with own taxation, the Greater Dole Urban Community will be exclusively competent in the areas of economic activities on January 1, 2017 in application of the NOTRe law. This entails a full transfer of all areas of communal economic activities to the benefit of the Community of Agglomeration. However, many questions can be asked with regard to the transfer: what today differentiates a space of economic land from a real zone of economic activity within the meaning of the law NOTRe? What are the different transfer processes (freehold transfer versus provision)? How to track the costs of AEZs in general maintenance budgets? How to estimate the value of the economic property of the communes remaining to be marketed? etc.

Services performed and results

Espelia has first to carry out a work of identification of what can be considered as a zone of economic activity within the meaning of the NOTRe law on the scale of the territory of the Community of Agglomeration in close collaboration with the Grand Dole and the communes.
Espelia then proceeded to the analysis of the available data and the diagnosis of the zones (state of progress, public equipments, works to engage, legal and operational modalities mobilized for their conception and realization ....), the valuation of the assets. to transfer and to calculate the amounts of charges to be transferred. Various transfer scenarios have thus been proposed to the Community and to the municipalities before the holding of the Economic Committee and the implementation of the schedule of the various tasks to be carried out within the operational framework of the transfer of the ZAEs.

Key figures

39 activity zones spread over 18 communes

Localisation : JURA

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