The Plounéour-Brignogan-Plages Municipal Council met on Wednesday, December 7, 2022 in Plounéour-Brignogan-Plages.
Mayor Pascal Goulaouic thus explained the desire of the municipality to acquire the plots that make up the current Camping du Phare and which are located on the territory of the municipality (11.5 ha for €114,000). “This acquisition is part of the reflection of the project of renaturation of the location and light content, he explained. Indeed, especially during the tourist season, the influx of vehicles in the lighthouse sector is a real parking problem and can create uncertainty when vehicles are parked on the side of the road. In addition, the retreat of the coast weakens the current parking space. It could be considered to relocate it again to the acquired plots”. Pierre Abautret, delegated councilor, explained that “certain areas of this land will be reclassified as natural areas, which means that tomorrow no more activity can be predicted in this place. This acquisition would allow us to renovate the site and would open up opportunities for us, especially with regard to the bike path”.
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Sandrine Abgrall, Deputy Mayor, also informed that the Community of Municipalities has just acquired a plant shredder, as part of its green waste reduction policy. This equipment will be made available to the municipality on Saturday, January 14, near the Ar Box room. “The public will be able to come there and grind their Christmas tree and leave, or not, with their grinding to make garden mulch,” she explained.
On the other hand, assistant Mariannick Le Men informed about the new tariff related to the rental of rooms by the association during profit events. “Currently, when the association uses two common halls as part of one manifestation, it pays a flat rate of 20 euros, informed the elected official. From January 1, 2023, one room will cost 20 euros, two rooms will cost 40 euros, and the sports hall will cost 80 euros.