Madiran is a small town in south-west France, in the Hautes-Pyrénées department of the Midi-Pyrénées region. It is part of the Community of Municipalities of the Val d’Adour and Madiran. The people and inhabitants of the town are called Madiran Madiran. The 458 inhabitants of the village of Madiran live on a total area of 15 km2 with a density of 31 inhabitants per km2 and an average altitude of 164 m. Since the last census from 1999 to 2008, the population grew from 536 to 458 and edged down -14.55%. The neighboring towns are Crouseilles, Bétracq, Castelnau-Rivière-Basse, Saint-Lanne, Hagedet. The nearest large town of Tarbes and Madiran is located 36.9 kilometers north in a straight line.
The town of Madiran has no planning document (PLU or communal map). It is therefore the R.N.U. is applicable. To find out if a land is buildable or not, it is necessary to make a planning permission application for mayor. The different services are then accessed (electricity, roads, clean water, sanitation …) and define if the parcel is buildable or not.
Planning permission application
Before starting the steps to complete the work, it is important to get the planning permission. This document, which is available free, provide you including information on the conditions in which your land can be serviced and will tell you if your land may well be used for the realization of the projected work. Some information will in particular allow you to make a first assessment of the cost of work:
The certificate provides information on the various public facilities located close to the ground. A very distant land of public facilities servicing costs will result in larger and vice versa.
The certificate also states the various taxes and planning participations applicable to your work (such as local tax of equipment (TLE) or preparation connecting sewer (PRE) for example).
All of this information allows you to make a first overall estimate of the costs incurred in servicing. It is then necessary to turn to competent professionals to get an accurate assessment of the amounts to be paid.
The Territorial Coherence Scheme
Established by the SRU law in December 2000, it can integrate into a single diagram the various guidelines already adopted in recent years: architectural and landscape charter, charter of public services, economic development scheme, land pattern habitat, climate plan , crafts and trade operation.
He will present the major development directions of our country and will assist rural communities in their development. According to the law, the SCOT is developed by the Syndicat Mixte du Pays du Val d’Adour, created in 2011 and bringing together communities wishing to invest in this.
The Territorial Coherence Scheme (SCOT) consists of three documents:
– The presentation report, diagnosis throughout the country, presents the main features of the country. This part is completed by a study of agriculture and land, as well as another study on mobility and travel.
– The Project Planning and Sustainable Development (PADD after debate of 4.12.2013) declines political guidelines proposed for the territory.
– The orientation and objectives document (DOO) formalizes the guidelines PADD by defining the rules necessary for proper implementation.
On 1 January 2017, all communities must be covered by a scheme of territorial coherence in order to keep their right to open land to urbanization.
ALUR since the law of March 2014, its role is strengthened, it is called SCOT “integrator” because it assimilates all senior elected documents and allows not only refer to the latter.
Office de tourisme Val d’Adour et Madiran
With its typical architecture, narrow streets and mansion Madiran immerses you in a special atmosphere. Halle, which will be renovated soon, the fountain and its wash of Mouras, and the ridge road are all places where you will enjoy strolling.
The village of Madiran is also the birthplace of the Madiran appellation Pacherenc of Vic-Bihl. The Wine House, located within the grounds of Priory with Hotel-Restaurant of the same name, allows you to discover the wines of the appellation and its history in a prestigious setting.
By going to the Priory, you can also visit the Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, the eleventh century, the St. Benedict Chapel symbol of Romanesque art and especially the underground crypt.
Undoubtedly, you will have at heart to come and visit these places. You can obtain more information and various tourist brochures by visiting the Tourist Office Val d’Adour Madiran and located in Maubourguet.
Contact: 140 65700 Allees Larbanès MAUBOURGUET
Tel: 05.62.96.39.09 www.tourisme-adour-madiran.com
Communauté de Communes du Val d’Adour et du Madiranais
Since 1 January 2014, 19 municipalities make up the new Community of Communes Val d’Adour and Madiran. It includes all the municipalities of the former townships of Maubourguet and Castelnau Rivière Basse. She comes notably from the merger of the Community of communes of Val d’Adour with common community Castels and that of Madiran.
By decree dated 15 January 2015, the Community of Municipalities of the Val d’Adour Madiran and exercise all the powers exercised by the communities of municipalities and unions merging, on the old boundaries.
– Spatial planning;
– Economic development actions
– Environmental protection and enhancement;
– Housing policy and the living environment
– Road of Community Interest
– Construction, maintenance and operation of the pre-elementary and elementary schools
– Service needed schools and buildings
– Early childhood (stocks and equipment)
– Restoration and peri-school
– Curricular and extracurricular activities (stocks and equipment)
– Public service of sewerage
– Development of a sewerage master plan
– Halting site for Travellers
– Intercommunal tourist office
– Green brigade
– Entertainment / insert
– Accessibility Implementation Plan
– School transport
The 19 members of the new common EPCI (public institution for cooperation) decided to allocate 38 seats, taking into account the population of each municipality.
The town of Maubourguet count: 11 seats, Castelnau Rivière Basse: 3 seats, the municipalities of Auriébat, Labatut Riviere Lafitole, Larreule, Lascazères, Madiran, Vidouze: 2 seats and the municipalities of Caussade Rivière Estirac, Hagedet, Heres, lahitte Toupière, Saint Lanne, Sauveterre, Sombrun, Soublecause and Villefranque: 1 seat.
Communauté de Communes du Val d’Adour et du Madiranais
350 boulevard Lapalu 65700 MAUBOURGUET
La Maison des Vins de Madiran
4 Rue de l’Eglise 65700 MADIRAN
The twentieth century was a turning point for the wines of Madiran. The winemakers are structured. In 1948 a decree naming consecrates the names “Madiran” and “Pacherenc the Vic-Bihl.” In the 60s we see the first bottling. In the 80s, under the impulse of some pioneers, the name starts a real turn towards the production of quality wines. They understand that to be more qualitative it is necessary to drive the vine against nature and involve the man in the vineyard as in the winery to obtain flexible and distinguished wines. It was in the 2000s that the winemakers of Madiran affirm their expertise and know their first hours of glory, perfecting vintage after vintage unique know-how in a rare varietal service.
The House of Madiran wines located in the south wing of the former Priory of Madiran is the showcase of the appellation. The various independent producers and associated collaborators for promoting their wines. It includes reception hall, tasting room, and meeting various technical and administrative offices.
Enfance & scolarité
Parents looking for a reception mode for their children can obtain information from the Departmental House of the Val d’Adour 445 Solidarity Avenue Fourcade in Vic en Bigorre (tel: 05.62.96.74.23). On the town, Jacqueline SEMPE is a childminder approved by the services of the General Council of the Pyrénées. You can reach her at 05.62.31.95.63.
Ecole maternelle et élémentaire:
The town of Madiran welcomes its Groupe Scolaire a Intercommunal Educational Grouping (RPI) children Madiran, Crouseilles, Lasserre, Monpezat and Bétracq.
Sandra Boaglio is in charge of the kindergarten class, assisted by Sylvie ESTREM (ATSEM). Mr. Jean-Michel Lamarque (Director) is responsible for EC and CM.
The days of classes are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am to 12pm and 14pm to 16:15 on Wednesday, from 9am to 12pm. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 16:15, workshops (TAP) are offered after school, students who wish (arts, sports, nature, reading, games …).
The academic skills, school, extracurricular activities (transport, canteen, childcare, personal …) were transferred on 1 January 2015 in the Community of Municipalities of the Val d’Adour and Madiran.
SCHOOL Contact: Groupe Scolaire Madiran 2 rue de l’Ecole 65700 MADIRAN. Tel: 05.62.31.97.02
Plan du village