Communauté de communes du Nord du Bassin de Thau

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Communauté de communes
du Nord du Bassin de Thau
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Country France
Region Languedoc-Roussillon
Department Hérault
No. of communes 6
Established December 21, 2000
Seat B.P. 5 - 34560 Villeveyrac
Government
 • President Yves Pietrasanta
Population
 • Total 18,790
Website Site Officiel

The Communauté de communes du Nord du Bassin de Thau is a former intercommunal government structure, in the Hérault département of the Languedoc-Roussillon région, in France.

History[edit]

The Communauté de communes du Nord du Bassin de Thau stems from the Syndicat Intercommunal du Nord du Bassin de Thau. It was created on December 21, 2000, and it was merged into the Communauté d'agglomération du Bassin de Thau in January 2017.

Composition[edit]

The Communauté de communes du Nord du Bassin de Thau included 6 communes:

Jurisdiction[edit]

The CABT has for mandatory areas of jurisdiction:

  • Economic development of intercommunal links,
  • Land management.

Areas of shared Jurisdiction[edit]

  • Assessment, protection, and economic impact of the local environment,
  • Housing Policy

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