The Provençal theme park "Rocher Mistral" has a series of favorable court decisions.

After the residents rejected their request on noise pollution, the judicial court of Aix-en-Provence rejected, this Tuesday, the association France nature environment.

His request related to two developments external to the castle of La Barben (a parking lot and a market) carried out without a permit or without the correct authorizations.

Arrangements without authorization liable to regularization

In its judgment, which

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was able to consult, the court recognizes the FNE's interest in acting, but considers that "the violation of the town-planning rules that it invokes (...) which are intended to protect the community does not does not make it possible to characterize

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the existence of a manifestly unlawful disorder to the detriment of the interests defended ”. In other words, the defense of the environment, which constitutes the FNE's interest in acting, is not in question here. In addition, if the services of the State "noted the realization of constructions or developments without authorization", these are "susceptible to regularization", notes the court, which also ordered the FNE to pay 2,000 euros to the Park.

"This decision reinforces the Rocher Mistral in its ambition to make the castle of La Barben a major family cultural site in the south of France", rejoiced the park, considering that the legal steps taken by the FNE "are only political" .

Contacted, the FNE said "thinking of appealing this decision".

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