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2019-06-28
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While the French state is currently consulting the Saint-Martin population on the future PPRn, the Collectivité de Saint-Martin and its elected representatives have expressed their wish to see the consultation periods extended by a few additional months, to have time to discuss future regulations. The implementation of a PPRn usually requires 2 years. The Community therefore asks to give it the opportunity to explore and experiment further, in order to obtain a document adapted to the risks and needs of the territory and its inhabitants.

The vice-president Steven PATRICK, in charge of sustainable development, has already undertaken two trips that allowed him to interact with actors from other territories (DOM and France hexagonal) such as elected officials, technicians, representatives of the State, parliamentarians, legal advisers and construction professionals, who understand our problem. For this purpose, the 29 May 2019, the vice president was able to meet the director of the CAUE971, Mr. Jack SAINSILY, renowned architect, with the aim of studying with him the potential tracks in terms of construction and resilience.

This particularly constructive exchange has highlighted the existence of contemporary materials and modern construction methods that could allow Saint-Martinois to live with the risks inherent to our territory while protecting themselves.

From 10 to 14 June 2019, the vice president took part in a seminar in the Hérault region (34), initiated by the association "Interco's Outre-Mer", entitled "The alchemy between the Earth and the Sea: what solutions for our territories? " The themes were very close to our concerns:


The addition between coastal protection and land planning;
Port planning and its economic repercussions;
The development of our territories: the involvement of all!


These seminar days remind us that we are not the only ones concerned by the difficulty of developing a territory surrounded by water and subject to factors related to the coastline and the regulations. The DOMs present (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion, Guyana and Mayotte) and the tourist communes of the Hérault (Vias, Adge, Pézénas) are confronted with constraints similar to those of Saint-Martin, like the erosion, marine submersion, floods and respect for geometric 50s.

In order to initiate with the President GIBBS and his team an interaction around these hot topics, the vice-president Steven Patrick wishes to organize meetings with the population and the local elected officials to make emerge solutions of reconstruction and security of the habitat in phase with our territory.

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ENGLISH VERSION

PPRn, the Collectivité of St-Martin and its members of the public have expressed their wish to see the future.

The implementation of a PPR generally requires 2 years of consultation. The Community therefore asks for the opportunity to explore and experiment with this issue.
The vice-president Steven PATRICK, in charge of sustainable development, has already done so, so many of the representatives of the state, parliamentarians, legal advisers and construction professionals, who understand our problem.

To this end, on May 29, 2019, the vice-president was able to meet with the director of CAUE971 in Guadeloupe, Mr. Jack SAINSILY, a renowned architect, in order to study the potential of construction and resilience .
This particularly constructive exchange has been made in Saint-Martiners and allowed to be used in the past.
From 10 to 14 June 2019, the vice-president took part in a seminar in the Herault region (south of France), initiated by the association "Interco's Overseas" entitled "Alchemy between the Earth and the Sea: what solutions for our territories? ".

The themes were very close to our concerns:
• The addition between coastal protection and land planning;
• Port development and its economic results;
• The development of our territories: the involvement of the population


These seminar days remind us that we are not only concerned with the difficulty of developing a territory and its provisions. The overseas territories involved in this meeting (Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion, Guyana and Mayotte), Herault (Vias, Adge, Pézénas) face similar problems and constraints like Saint-Martin: erosion, marine submersion, floods , the 50 geometric steps.


President Steven Patrick wants to organize meetings with the local population and builds up solutions for the reconstruction and security of housing on the French side.


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