As a forward-looking port town with a rich heritage, Dieppe wants to continue to attract tourists and investors. In support of the city centre’s renewal, we’ve modernised parking to promote mobility and improve the surroundings, particularly on the streets. This project notably aims to offer services to caravans staying in the two campsites (Quai de la Marne and Front de Mer).
Additionally, an underground car park was built in collaboration with a landscape architect as part of an urban regeneration project: the parvis of the Hôtel de Ville has been repurposed and its esplanade returned to pedestrian traffic. Three car parks (Espace de la Barre, Saint Jacques and the Plage car park) have been renovated and equipped with new charging points for electric vehicles, along with other services.
In bringing the car park into the modern age in close collaboration with the town, we’ve promoted travel while preserving a pleasant living environment for its residents.