A place to inform you, support you and facilitate your procedures in the areas of construction, renovation and adaptation work, energy savings and access to housing.
Want to know if your land is buildable? Are you considering work on your home? Do you want to build a swimming pool or a garden shed? Attention ! You must apply for planning permission from your town hall.
Depending on the work planned, there are several types of planning permission: planning certificate, prior declaration, building permit, etc.
Once submitted to the town hall, your request is processed by the service instructor of the Agglomeration Community and then validated by the mayor of your municipality.
The construction of a new construction is in principle subject to a building permit. However, small constructions are subject to a simple prior declaration. Very small or temporary constructions are exempt from any formality.
Work carried out on an existing construction is in principle exempt from formality. However, the most important works must be the subject of a building permit. Other work is subject to simple prior declaration.
The arrangements are in principle exempt from formality. However, the most important works must be the subject of a development permit. Other developments are subject to a simple prior declaration.
Certain constructions or installations are exempt from permit or prior declaration due to their nature, their low importance, their temporary nature, etc. A one-stop shop: the town hall of the municipality in which you want to carry out your project is able to find out about all the town planning rules applicable on its territory. For all files submitted to the town hall, it is held:
– to acknowledge receipt or discharge the filing of the application
– assign a registration number
– to display the notice of deposit
Visit https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/R52221 to directly access the various town planning and referral authorizations online.
The processing time for a prior declaration is set at 1 month. The construction permit examination period is set at two months for individual constructions and three months for other constructions. When a consultation is mandatory and imposes an additional period, this is known after one month. He cannot change afterwards. If the file is incomplete, the administration has the obligation to claim all the missing documents before the end of the month following the filing of the file.
Instructor Service Contacts
House of housing and urban planning
99 rue du Marechal Foch
Such. : 03 87 28 97 42
Telephone hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 14 p.m. to 17 p.m.
If you are looking to carry out work in your home to reduce your energy consumption and improve your daily comfort, the Confort Logement Economie (CLE) service is there to support you. This neutral and free service will allow you to carry out an energy assessment of your home. You will be able to be followed up to the works phase and be advised to benefit from the financial aid to which you are entitled.
If you live near the INEOS Sarralbe site, you may be affected by the General Interest Program of the Technological Risk Prevention Plan. In this case, you may be eligible for financial aid to secure your home against technological risk.
The OPAH (Programmed Operation for the Improvement of Housing) is a concerted action between the National Agency for Housing (ANAH) and the Agglo, the objective of which is to rehabilitate the built heritage and improve comfort. housing. The OPAH makes it possible to allocate subsidies for carrying out work to improve housing to landlords and owner-occupiers of the Agglo, under certain conditions. In partnership with the City of Sarreguemines, the Community of Agglomeration also abounds an OPAH "Urban Renewal" on housing located in the heart of the City.
Do you want to apply for social housing? Do you need help applying for ANAH funding? You want to renovate your house but you do not know how to define your priorities? Do you need legal assistance in the context of a dispute with your landlord…?
The Agglomeration Community regularly hosts sessions at the Maison de l'Habitat that can help you answer these questions.
Make an appointment!
The public housing office, initially created in the 2012s, became a community office in 1. Since July 2021, XNUMX, the office has been organized as a mixed economy company called Sarreguemines Confluences Habitat with share capital shared between the Community of Sarreguemines Confluences agglomeration, the City of Sarreguemines and the CDC Habitat group.
Sarreguemines Confluences Habitat continues the energy renovation programs of its rental housing stock in the municipalities of the Agglomeration, develops the supply of social housing in the territory and diversifies its activity on new forms of housing and mixed operations, adapted current demands.
On the basis of socio-economic data, the local housing observatory offers an analysis of the typology of housing and their occupation, takes stock of the supply and needs for housing and land, and details the actions implemented for housing by the Agglo. As part of the policies followed by the Agglomeration Community, a focus is made on the diagnosis of the social rental stock. It is both a database and information available to the community, a decision-making tool for elected officials and housing stakeholders, and a evaluation of the systems put in place.
Download the full report from the Local Housing Observatory!
Defined as the “geographic information sciences”, GIS is a system designed to collect, store, process and analyze geo-referenced geographical data, that is to say that each entity is referenced according to its geographical coordinates. It is a system which makes it possible to elaborate maps and to produce a Database organized in the form of “layers”, which allows it to superimpose information. Each geographical entity is made up of attributes, characteristics and information.
Created in 2007, the GIS service offers its member municipalities and services access to a web cartographic portal. This tool allows them to view maps and consult data on many areas such as land organization, network management, town planning, the environment, risks, etc.
The development of the community GIS aims to meet the operational and daily needs of the services, to be a support for land and housing observatories and thus to provide assistance in decision-making while facilitating the sharing of knowledge of the territory.