Lyon Confluence encourages the neighbourhood's users to initiate projects that improve everyone's quality of life. Circular, social and solidarity-based economy, social links, etc. La Confluence supports citizen projects aimed at improving quality of life in a sustainable and solidarity-based city.
The neighbourhood is being developed for and with its users. This collaborative approach is a driving force behind Lyon Confluence. The objective: to better understand everyone's expectations, to encourage the participation of residents, employees, visitors and also the business community in the planning process.
In the heart of the quarter, in a renovated former wholesale market hall, Maison de La Confluence welcomes all types of visitors. It is a place for information and consultation on the urban project, allowing everyone to discover the many facets of La Confluence and its development. Consultation officers are available to answer your questions.
Following its history of port and logistics activity, La Confluence long remained an isolated neighbourhood, situated "behind the arches" of Perrache. In 2003, two centuries after its conquest of the waters, the district was reborn and took control of its destiny.
Lyon Confluence was created as a semi-public company (SEM) in 1999 and became a local public company (SPL) in 2012. Its majority shareholder is Métropole de Lyon. This governance allows it to focus on the general interest in its actions and in managing the concession budget.