Eiffage Aménagement and the city of Châtenay-Malabry inaugurates the House of the Project of the future ecodistrict LaVallée

Eiffage Aménagement and the city of Châtenay-Malabry inaugurates the House of the Project of the future ecodistrict LaVallée

In Châtenay-Malabry (92), on the former site of the École Centrale, the ecodistrict LaVallée is in the course of arrangement. November 27th, Benoît de Ruffray - President and CEO of the group Eiffage-, Georges Siffredi - mayor of Châtenay-Malabry-, Marianne Louradour - regional manager of the Box of the Deposits, and Frédéric Fuchs - president of Lidl France- inaugurated the House of the Project in the presence of Philippe Maffre - sub-prefect of Antony and Boulogne-Billancourt- and Patrick Devedjian - president of the department of the Hauts-de-Seine.

The House of the Project which is within the new ecodistrict LaVallée in Châtenay-Malabry reveals exceptional assets demonstrator of long-lasting life in Ile-de-France developed with the architect and town planner François Leclercq. The operation, realized by the 1st SEMOP (Semipublic company with Unique Operation) of arrangement in France, place the sustainable development at the heart of its approach.
LaVallée will welcome housing, public equipment (school, nurseries, college), an offer of businesses which does not exist in Châtenay-Malabry (shops of clothing, decoration, beauty, etc.) yet, but also the headquater of Lidl France, which will establish a real economic engine. The ecodistrict will also integrate a big standing walk, an urban farm and playful and animation places which will make it a place opened not only to the local residents, but also to all Châtenaisiens and to population of Ile-de-France.

The arrival of the tramwayT10, planned in 2023 at the entrance of the district, will allow to connect it with the surrounding municipalities (Clamart, Plessis-Robinson, Antony) and to make a new city entry of Châtenay-Malabry.

LaVallée is exemplary in terms of sustainable development since its conception. Indeed, 98 % of concretes and materials stemming from rubble will be reused on the site to create intendeds voieries, building of housing and sometimes even for the own needs for the construction site. In parallel, several sectors of circular economy were implemented for the re-use of 250 m3 of the materials of the former university site (electric equipment, kitchen sinks, washbasins, amphitheater, furniture of offices, etc.). These operations are coordinated by the environmental association RéaVie the action of which aims at reducing the waste of the sector and at contributing to the recycling.

LaVallée in numbers…

  • A 20 hectare site, 3 % of the surface of the municipality
  • 213 000 m2 of surface of floor to be built
  • Approximately 2 200 housing
  • 36 500 m2 of offices which will welcome the head office of Lidl France
  • 15 000 m2 of businesses, that is approximately 30 new shops
  • 19 000 m2 of public places, among which 30 % of green spaces
  • 1 college, of a capacity of 700 raises
  • 1 school complex of 22 classes
  • 1 gymnasium
  • 1 day-nursery of 60 cradles
  • 1 urban farm of 1 hectare
  • 1 public car park of 450 places
  • 98 % of concretes and materials stemming from rubble, reused on the site
  • 50 % of renewable energies
  • 219 million euros of investment by the SEMOP