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Local urban planning plan Intercommunal


This document is a tool for daily management and development for the future! It refers to the management of soil law, land, architectural, landscape and environmental rules and is legally enforceable against all. It is punctuated by analyses of the territory in order to better understand its issues, meetings with stakeholders (e.g. farmers, institutional partners, etc.) and public meetings. It is a tool with a medium- and long-term vision that will make it possible to plan, organize and plan the development of the territory. 


The Local Intermunicipal Urban Planning Plan

Les 40 communes de la communauté de communes du Haut Limousin en Marche sont soumises à des règles très diverses en matière d’urbanisme. Seules 8 disposent d’un document d’urbanisme qui précise les règles applicables aux parcelles en termes de constructibilité ou d’aménagement.

Les 32 autres sont soumises au Règlement National d’Urbanisme (RNU) qui restreint fortement le droit à construire.

Faced with this heterogeneity of rules, the former community of municipalities in Haut Limousin decided in 2015 to launch the development of a Local Intermunicipal Urban Plan (PLUi) in order to have a single planning document for the entire intermunicipal territory.

Elle fut rejointe en 2016 par l’ex-communauté de communes Brame Benaize et depuis septembre 2017, le PLUi sur le secteur de l’ ex-communauté de communes Basse Marche est engagé pour une durée de 30 mois. A terme, l’ensemble du territoire de la nouvelle communauté de communes sera couvert par un PLUi.

The PLUi aims to create a dynamic territory that can be integrated and participate in the evolution of the entire basin. Integrating local diversities, it will shape the evolution and sustainable organization of the community territory.

At the end of the various meetings and consultations, the draft PLUi will be submitted to the community council and a public inquiry will be carried out before the document is approved by the community of municipalities.


The public inquiry report is available below:


The Local Intermunicipal Urban Plan is a tool for urban planning management and planning that allows us to have a prospective vision of our territory by 2030. It is a legal document, enforceable against all, which refers to the management and administration of soil law (definition of land to be urbanized, agricultural land, natural land, etc.), land, architectural, landscape and environmental rules in the area of the former Community of Communes of the Lower March.

Today, the first phase of the process has been completed, namely the territorial diagnosis. This document paints a portrait of the territory by highlighting its strengths, weaknesses, needs and development potential.

We are now entering the second phase of the study, which is the Planning and Sustainable Development Project. This element is the keystone of the urban planning document. It transcribes all the municipal and intermunicipal projects for the territory over the next 10-15 years.

Indeed, the PLUi's second objective is to plan, organize and plan the development of the territory in terms of facilities (health, economic, school, sports, sanitation, culture, leisure, tourism...).

We must therefore anticipate the needs of our territory, both at the municipal and intermunicipal level, as of today. As we cannot know all the private projects in progress or under consideration, we need your participation to develop a comprehensive document. We remind you that your projects will have to be taken into account in the PLUi to be feasible.

So if you have projects today to set up craft, economic, industrial, leisure and sports, tourism, services and shops activities, we invite you to come to the town hall to tell us about them (nature of the project, location...).

A suggestion box and a notebook are also available in the town hall to collect your opinions.

The fact that you now take one of your projects into account in the urban planning document does not oblige you to carry it out later. The aim of the approach is to anticipate the future development of the territory.

The public inquiry report is available below:
Conclusions et avis de la commission sont disponibles ci-dessous :
PLUI ELABORATION - Sector of the former Lower March Community of Communes
If you have plans today to set up craft, economic, industrial, leisure and sports, tourism, services and shops activities, we invite you to come to the town hall to tell us about them (nature of the project, location...).
PLUI BM Synthesis - diagnosis and issues
The PLUi newsletter

Download here the latest PLUi newsletter & answer coupons to integrate your projects into the process.


PLUi ex-Brame-Benaize: Report of the commission of public inquiry which took place from 30.12.19 to 03.02.20