Adapt the “Fastoche” application – a budgeting tool for households enabling them to improve their disposable income, to reinforce inhabitants’ commitment and build new approaches in the Grand Bellevue district.
To adapt this offer, cross-functional support is provided as regards identifying partners and territorial issues, leading project groups and co-construction workshops with the different Nantes stakeholders, formulating engineering needs, monitoring roadmaps, organising technical committees (COTECH) and drafting dossiers to be submitted to the ANRU. To perform its duties the 2EI team needed to be present weekly in Nantes.
Beyond adapting the application to the local context, an innovative support model relying on the establishment of digital third places was recommended.
This mission enabled each pilot and partner of Veolia’s demonstrators to mobilise the district stakeholders, validate the feasibility of their project and complete their detailed design studies in the time frame set by the “Inclusion & Numérique Grand Bellevue” Project.