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The funding

The Campus is funded by the State, the Île-de-France region, the City of Paris, Plaine Commune Public Territorial Body and the town of Aubervilliers.

The State

 

The Campus Condorcet public institute is supervised by the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. The State financed the land acquisitions in Aubervilliers and allocated the project 450 M€ to cover the first phase of the project and the Public-Private partnership contract (PPP).


The State invested more than 60 M€ to acquire the 6.4 hectares of land and to carry out demolition activity. Furthermore, the State allocated a 450 M€ non-expendable allowance. The interest will be used to pay – in the form of rent – the private partner.

The Île-de-France Region

 

In Aubervilliers, the Region will implement and finance the Great documentary equipment and the research building dedicated to the EHESS units. It will also fund half the building work - 23 M€ - on an equal share basis with the State and the City of Paris, at Porte de la Chapelle.


The Île-de-France Region will finance the campus library – construction and initial equipment – in an amount of 110 M€. It will also cover costs for the building dedicated to the EHESS (9 200 m2 of floor area) in an amount of 38 M€ and execute the project.

The City of Paris

 

The City of Paris supports the Campus project at Porte de la Chapelle. It has donated the land and is funding the work on an equal share basis with the State and the Île-de-France Region.


The City of Paris is allocating 23 M€ to the project in this area, which covers a third of total costs (69 M€), the rest is financed on an equal share basis by the State and the Île-de-France Region.

Dionysian territorial communities

 

In Aubervilliers, the Town and the Plaine Commune Public Territorial Body are contributing land. The Plaine Commune Public Territorial Body and the Town of Aubervilliers are donating land they own.

 

Furthermore, Plaine Commune is cooperating in areas such as urban development and transport infrastructure. Plaine Commune will also invest 5.3 M€ in work on access infrastructures around the campus.