A five phase plan to renovate, add additional security and install electric vehicle charging stations at the Cour de Honneur in the Monaco town hall begins today.
The project is set to last roughly five months and will cover changes as vast as updating technical networks, renewing the stone works of the entire court, refurbishing the area around certain office spaces and moving plants and planters.
Though the works are set to be staggered, there will inevitably be some small inconveniences until the project is complete. For example, access to the Cour d’Honneur from Avenue Saint-Martin will be suspended for both vehicles and pedestrian and the courtyard will not be available for weddings during this time.
Monaco’s Town Hall is amongst the oldest of all the country’s institutions. It employs 650 people and encompasses 19 municipal services that cover social services, culture, leisure activities, everyday life and general internal and administrative services.