The town of Pont-Audemer was chosen to host a public finance division. This represents thirty to forty jobs.
The town of Pont-Audemer (Eure) was chosen from 50 cities in France to host a public finance department. The announcement was made official on Wednesday January 29, 2020, by Gérald Darmanin, the Minister of Motion and Public Accounts.
Michel Leroux: “Excellent news for the area”
In complete, 408 communities had responded to a name, launched on October 17, 2019, to
to welcome the providers of the Directorate Common of Public Funds (DGFIP) at present situated in Île-de-France and in main cities. Officers will thus be transferred to the assorted departments chosen.
Contacted, the mayor Michel Leroux welcomes the information: “In complete, this represents 2,500 jobs in France. That is excellent news for the territory as a result of new inhabitants will arrive. These are individuals who will eat in Pont-Audemer, go to the cinema, and many others. It’s an actual recognition for our territory. “
If the mayor doesn’t touch upon the variety of jobs it could characterize, it may be estimated that thirty to forty public finance officers may settle within the area.
The place will this service be put in in Pont-Audemer? “We now have recognized a number of locations to this point. Pôle emploi will transfer and their premises might be vacant. Places of work will even be obtainable on the Ferme des locations, ”says the mayor.
The mayor Michel Leroux additionally posted this message on Fb:
Pont-Audemer chosen within the 50 cities in France which is able to welcome new Common Administration providers…
The Minister liable for Territorial Communities and former president of the division of Eure, Sébastien Lecornu, reacted on Twitter:
Pont-Audemer chosen to host a public finance service! A alternative that confirms the attractiveness of the enterprise@Eureennormandie and the need of the @government to strengthen the presence of public providers exterior main cities. ✅ https://t.co/ZfdGJ8nJZH
– Sébastien Lecornu (@SebLecornu) January 29, 2020
MP's response Marie Tamarelle-Verhaeghe :
– Marie Tamarelle Verhaeghe (@marietamarelle) January 29, 2020