After negligence in his company in Arles, where work was carried out without legal permission, The chained duck Wednesday, August 22 reveals that at Actes Sud also "stupid" Parisiennes were.
The Arlésian-publishing house of the French Minister of Culture Françoise Nyssen reportedly carried out undeclared work in her buildings in Paris and earned 150 square meters of illegal floor space. It was in 2012.
According to the Palmipède, the Town Planning Department of the Paris City Council has never heard of the installation of mezzanines, trays, balustrades and other stairs that have enlarged the area. According to the a Dbuilding permits are mandatory once an owner is over 20 square meters.
In addition, the extra 150 square meters are not indicated to the tax authorities.
The Parisian building where the offices of Actes Sud are located is also classified as a historical monument. But before the mezzanines cut half of the Grand Siecle windows from the facade of the mansion, a permit had to be requested from the Bâtiments de France and the chief architect of the historic monuments.
Ironically, the buildings of France and historical monuments are administrations under the supervision of the Minister of Culture, so currently, Françoise Nyssen.
18 rue Séguier, in Paris, where the Paris offices of François Nyssen & # 39; s Actes Sud are located.