These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023 – Quimper

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  • 1 A giant indoor leisure park arrives in Kéradennec

  • The first stone was laid last September and the Nicot group, at the head of this complex internal leisure project 6,000 m2 at 12 million euros in Kéradennec, expected to open at the end of the year. The site will include fifteen activities: an artificial surf wave, a 600 m2 area dedicated to children, a 400 m2 laser game, three themed play areas, twelve connected bowling lanes, a virtual reality arena… You will also find event rooms, two bars and two restaurants. Approximately 300,000 visitors are expected annually.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
    (Johanne Bouchet)
  • 2 Farewell to the stay of Penvillers

  • After a long, unprecedented phase of recycling of materials, work will soon begin on the demolition of the Penvillers stand. Built 55 years ago, this stand, which can accommodate up to 2,200 spectators, will be excavated by a mechanical shovel. The concrete will be used to level the ground and create the cover layers for the future connected 400m athletics track, which will have eight lanes. It should be operational in the fall of 2023. The project management competition for the next stand is scheduled for September 2023.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
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  • 3 In Penhars, large retirement home ready to go

  • His name has already been chosen after of a competition organized by the Municipality with children and local residents CM1 and CM2: the Roi-Gradlon nursing home in Penhars, which will replace Magnolias and Bruyères, should open its doors this year after three years of work. With a capacity of 141 seatsit is three stories high and has a boomerang shape that blends in very well with the landscape on the former site of the Bird Towers. Its cost is slightly more than €15 million. A parking lot with 59 spaces is provided at the end of the plot.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
    (The Telegram/Sophie Benoit)
  • 4 A Kermoysan bypass will soon be reduced

  • Next July, there will be only one lane of traffic per direction on the Boulevard de France between Kermoysan and Ludugris, cycle paths, two additional roundabouts and a 50 km/h limit. The consequences of the work started at the end of the year to reduce noise pollution and ensure this axis is used every day by 17 thousand vehicles. Pedestrians and bicycles will finally be able to go from Kermoysan to Kergestin.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
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  • 5 The administration will reside in Providence

  • The work went faster than expected. The future administrative building of Providence, which will house a hundred municipal agents, 110 precisely from the directorate of culture, sports, education, childhood, housing and urban development, will open its doors at the beginning of March. It is approx of the largest Passivhaus-certified building (German label which guarantees very low energy consumption) in Brittany. On four levels (three floors), the building will offer a usable area of ​​2100 m². Its cost: 5.6 million euros.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
    (Telegram/Yves Madec)
  • 6 The bus stop will move

  • Work on the Quimper station continued but has not yet been completed. This year 2023 will be marked especially by the work of the new Quimper bus station. Exit from the one to the left of the current SNCF station when you are facing it. Its demolition is planned for the end of the year. And where will she move? On the other side of the station, on the site of the former Sernam hall. Earthworks have already started. The future bus station will be sheltered by a large tent and will also serve as a taxi depot.

    These 7 projects that will change Quimper in 2023
    (Telegram/Yves Madec)
  • 7 Finally the demolition of the Kéréon gallery?

  • In this matter, the past has taught us that we must always be careful. In addition to a cell owner on the first floor reignited the controversy in December. Will 2023 be the year of the disappearance of the “wart” of Kéréon street, this shopping center created in 1986, as the community predicted? A €6.38 million project with fifteen residential units on three levels and a large 400 m² retail space is on track. A declaration of public services (DUP) provides the guarantee of expropriation of the owners. Of the 44 cells, 35 were taken from the community.

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