Since 2018, Novaterra has embarked on a significant challenge: to construct an entire city in the Pamplemousses region, at the doorstep of the North, on the Terra group’s lands. This ambitious project aligns with the promoter’s vision and values.
After obtaining its Smart City Certificate in 2018, Beau Plan was split between offices (Grays and Novaterra, two entities of the Terra group), the Sugar Adventure Museum, and residences from another era. Novaterra’s promoters perceived real potential in its tree-lined avenues, remnants of the industrial era, and the sugarcane fields bordering them to create a complete and peaceful living environment. They envisioned the city of tomorrow, a human-sized city where everything is within reach, experienced on foot, and where everyone can create a daily life tailored to their desires and needs. Thus, Beau Plan was born.
Beau Plan: Integrated and Sustainable Developments
Today, nearly five years after the beginnings of Beau Plan as a Smart City, Novaterra’s vision has come to fruition. With the goal of creating long-term value for all stakeholders, the promoter has worked to develop the territory in an integrated and innovative way. For example, the Lakeside District was designed, a true heart of the city built around the iconic water feature of the city, this harmonious and friendly district invites you to experience an all-in-one experience. From leisure to amenities, through a range of offices, sports facilities, and practical services, this lively district in Beau Plan makes the daily life of its users more fluid and enjoyable.
Supporting the Growth of the Region
Novaterra believes that ambitious developments can support the region’s economic growth by promoting entrepreneurship. That’s why the promoter partners with local and international actors to develop a consistent range of services and leisure activities in Beau Plan. While some projects, such as the Mahogany Shopping Promenade, are entirely owned by the company, others, such as the future padel center in the region or the Greencoast International School, have been co-built with partners who share the same vision for the region’s development.
Real Social and Environmental Commitment
Established in the region since 1838 through the Terra group, which owns over 7,000 hectares of land around Beau Plan, Novaterra is committed to supporting the region’s development while ensuring its long-term viability. Thus, while supporting neighboring villages such as Bois Rouge – where significant investment has been made to rehabilitate and green its streets and support its communities – Novaterra is committed to making its projects sustainable to leave a lasting legacy for future generations. While particular attention is paid to architecture to reduce the environmental impact of its constructions, solutions are created to green the city. At the same time, Novaterra supports disadvantaged communities in the region through the work of the Terra Foundation in partnership with NGOs.
The Goal: to make Beau Plan an inclusive city, flourishing with opportunities for all!