Local Communal Planning
Orienting the commune's development over the long term, 10-15 years, the PLU plans its evolution through a territorial mapping of agricultural (A), natural (N), urbanised (U) and urbanisation zones, either immediately open or blocked (AU).
The Local Urban Plans (PLU) of Perpignan Métropole
Most of the communes of Perpignan Méditerranée Métropole now have such a tool (some are still covered by a Land Use Plan). Since 10 September 2015, the Agglomeration Community has been responsible for the PLU and the urban planning documents that take their place in the perimeter made up of the 36 communes that make up its territory.
By 2020, these municipal urban planning documents will be integrated into a larger planning tool, the PLUi (Intercommunal Local Urban Plan), which will make it possible to pool actions and the cost of urban planning studies and to make the territorial project drawn up by the mayors and community representatives fully operational.
It is in this perspective that, by deliberation of its Community Council, PMM prescribed its elaboration on 17 December 2015.