Place:Val-de-Reuil, Eure, France


Located inEure, France

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Val-de-Reuil is a commune in the Eure department in Normandy in north-western France. It is located south of Rouen in a loop of the Seine. Created as the new town of Le Vaudreuil in 1972, its name was changed to Val-de-Reuil in 1984 to avoid confusion with its neighbour, Le Vaudreuil.


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Le Vaudreuil (ensemble urbain) was one of the nine new towns created in France in the beginning of the 1970s.

  • June 1972: creation of the Établissement Public d'Aménagement of the new town of Le Vaudreuil.
  • December 1972: creation of the urban community (ensemble urbain) of Le Vaudreuil on the territory of several existing communes including Le Vaudreuil.
  • 28 September 1981: the urban community became a commune, created from parts of the communes Incarville, Léry, Porte-Joie, Poses, Saint-Étienne-du-Vauvray, Saint-Pierre-du-Vauvray, Tournedos-sur-Seine and Le Vaudreuil. The new commune was named Le Vaudreuil-Ex Ensemble Urbain.
  • 19 November 1984: the commune changed its name to Val-de-Reuil to avoid confusion with nearby Le Vaudreuil.[1]
  • December, 1985: the dissolution of the établissement public d'aménagement, whose competences were transferred into the commune.
  • 1996: Val-de-Reuil joined a communauté de communes with Louviers and Incarville.
  • 2001: Val-de-Reuil became part of the Communauté d'agglomération Seine-Eure which has its principal centre in Louviers.

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