Ordinance No. 2017-562 of April 19, 2017 relative to the ownership of public entities, in force as of July 1 2017, obliges La Ciotat Shipyards to systematize public tender and advertising process before granting authorizations for the occupation of the public domain serving as support for an economic activity, except when they are of very short duration or in emergency situations. In order to meet regulatory requirements, while avoiding the implementation of procedures which are too time-consuming, La Ciotat Shipyards has decided to implement a cloud interface for the publication of tenders and for candidatures. This interface provides description of the available premises, and allows companies interested in relocating on site to send their candidatures to be reviewed by La Ciotat Shipyards in accordance with the criteria specified in the call for tenders.
No other formality is required. All documents relating to the application must be sent via the interface. No other document will be considered by La Ciotat Shipyards, unless specifically requested.
Are concerned: TOAs (Temporary Occupancy Agreements) in view of permanent occupancy of the terrestrial port domain subject to public tariffs in force, for which the amount of the fee is not part of the call for tender.
Regarding the Yachting Village, this procedure is conducted by La Ciotat Shipyards on behalf of the company LCS Yachting Village, under an agreement signed with the latter.
On the "industrial site", TOAs are granted for a maximum period of 36 months. The rental expenses are billed at a flat rate fee.
On the "Yachting Village", TOAs are granted for a maximum period of 48 months. Rental expenses are billed at actual cost. Generally speaking, LCS Yachting Village can bill for extra rental charges, subject to justification. These expenses may include the rebilling of property taxes and cleaning fees or trash removal paid by LCS Yachting Village. These rates are adjusted pro rata based on the number of complete days during the effective occupancy period.
"Daily" TOAs (containers etc.), TOAs of berths, as well as long term TOAs incorporating inherently significant investment programs are not concerned.