The ATP process

The ATP (1 Association, 1 Territory, 1 Project) process conducted with the Grand Nancy metropolitan area aims to promote dialogue between local authorities and local businesses. The aim is to reach a better understanding of the needs of economic stakeholders in the area.

ATP (1 Association, 1 Territory, 1 Project) areas create sources of synergy between stakeholders, meetings places for professionals with complementary issues and the chance for collective input in defining a region's promotional and development project.

The Grand Nancy metropolitan area has 9 ATPs representing 8,000 establishments, comprising 53% of the metropolitan area's establishments and 68,000 jobs - 71% of the metropolitan area's jobs.

The City of Nancy has direct involvement in 3 ATPs.

  • The ATP Rives de Meurthe, covers the entire Rives de Meurthe district, between Jarville and Malzéville, to the east of the. This sector represents more than 70 establishments and over 7,000 jobs.
    Its president is Patrice THOMASSIN  –
  • ATP AVEC Nancy (Association for Economic Life in the Heart of Nancy), covering the whole Nancy Grand Cœur eco-district and the edge of the protected area between the Meurthe Canal to the east, the railway to the west, Place des Vosges to the south and Faubourg des Trois Maisons to the north. This sector represents more than 5,000 establishments and 25,000 jobs.
    Its president is Samuel BESANCON  –
  • ATP St Jacques Activités, covers the communes of Maxéville and Nancy, across the Plateau de Haye sector. The sector represents more than 300 establishments and over 5,000 jobs.
    Its president is Marie-Josée DAVANZO  -