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Le CAUE / Traduction
> information and advice to inhabitants. Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1977, the law on Architecture created the “Conseils d’Architecture d’Urbanisme et de l’Environnement”, authorising each County Council in France to set up its own “CAUE”.
The purpose of the CAUE is to provide free advisory services for private individuals and local communities, intending to build, plan or transform a “space”, as well as to raise people’s awareness, including children, about architectural, town planning and environmental issues.
Each CAUE comprises a multidisciplinary technical team of architects, town planners, lansdcape architects, geographers and environmentalists.
Free advisory service for private individuals intending to build or transform their house.
The CAUE advise mayors and their town councils on scheduling the reorganization or development of their community.
This free advisory service is completed by regular leaflets, exhibitions, visits...
Through visits, projects, models and educational games..., school children are encouraged to look at their surroundings, their own cities or houses, in order to gain an understanding of architecture, their urban spaces environment, and landscape.
Some assistance or training sessions are provided for architects, local council employees, and students.