30 years ago, the idea of creating a new town in the south-east of the Paris region was born. Designed in the 1960s under the guidance of Paul Delouvrier, it was included in regional planning documents as early as 1965.
Over the years, Sénart took shape. It can now look back over thirty years of both everyday and major events. Much has been done and much is still to be achieved. Sénart still needs to develop and progress. Far from over, its history is still in the making.
During the intervening years the world has changed significantly, with both great advances and major disruptions. Sénart is not an island. This reasoning led to the idea of setting Sénart's development within the context of milestones in the wider world, in France and in the Ile-de-France region.
As you explore this new town, you will encounter some remarkable achievements...
The greenway: Between the forests of Sénart and Rougeau Rougeau : l'Allée royale - 2004 - architecte paysagiste T. Laverne.