A sustainable and environmentally responsible island lifestyle
When we question the inhabitants of ecodistrict, three fundamental elements stand out:
1- The presence of places of sociability conducive to interaction between users. Collective activities in outdoor spaces lead to great pride in living in the neighborhood.
2- The connection of the district to the city and its opening. Accessibility, both to local shops and to various cultural activities, generates a dynamic neighborhood and thereby limits the isolation of its citizens.
3- An intergenerational mix. The ease of access to services, without a vehicle, allows young families to settle there while limiting the expenses associated with the acquisition of a second car. For older people who cannot or no longer want to use the car, this lifestyle allows them to remain active and independent.