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Participating in economic development

Being part of a ZAC with recognised public utility – the Gonesse Triangle – commits EuropaCity to being the development partner of northeast Île-de-France. The project’s tourist and cultural ambitions boost the area’s image and appeal. The 31 million visitors a year expected in the long term will bring local and national economic benefits.

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  • 01In the area’s service
  • 02A tourist attraction
  • 03Private investment

Social responsibility

Designed for people living in northeast Île-de-France, EuropaCity will be open 20 hours a day. Its park will be open to all free of charge. It also seeks to be a springboard towards fulfilling careers. Its cultural facilities will nurture talent and foster careers. To keep its commitment of setting aside at least 75% of the jobs for local residents, EuropaCity created an upstream jobs and training programme allowing mobility to other local companies: EuropaCity Compétences.

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  • 01Jobs and training
  • 02Promoting talent
  • 03A destination for all
  • 04Mobility

Setting an environmental example

In response to changing lifestyles, EuropaCity aims to achieve the carbon neutrality called for in the French State’s Climate Plan by 2050. It will continuously experiment with sustainable innovations. Our commitment: setting the standard in fighting climate change, protecting the environment and developing biodiversity.

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  • 01A sustainable project
  • 02A responsible project