Possible transfers of IV licenses from Limousin to Bordeaux and the Atlantic coast will end killing small cafes

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Will the more attractive territory of the Bordeaux metropolitan area and the Atlantic Coast siphon Limousin from its IV licenses? ECHO REPUBLICAIN Photo Facebook Twitter Email Decrease text size Increase text size 4 The network of country and neighborhood bistros is more and more sparse in Limousin. While initiatives are emerging to revive these cafes, the evaporation to the west of IV licenses could contribute to making the phenomenon irreversible.

Today, in Haute-Vienne, districts and municipalities - even in the outskirts - of Limoges no longer have cafes, laments Alain Guillout, president of UMIH 87 * .After the Post Office, the school, by closing a village cafe, the last light is turned off. The Creuse and Corrèze are not spared either. Coffees that disappear and take with them their sacrosanct IV licenses. However, these licenses have a cost ... and are priced at different prices depending on the department.

The evaporation of these licenses has several causes: judicial liquidations or the absence of buyers, explains Alain Guillout. There is no precise data on the number of IV licenses in France. When an establishment closes, its license has a life of five years, after which it dies. Today, it is thanks to word of mouth from suppliers that we know that this or that establishment will close due to difficulties or retirements but sometimes we do not know it, concedes the Haut-Viennese president of the UMIH.

But even more worrying, according to the professional organization: Since the ordinance to simplify the system of drinking places (December 2015), but especially since the reform of the major regions, licenses can be purchased in all of the New Aquitaine region and not not only in Limousin. It inevitably creates an imbalance on the territories, advance the president of the UMIH 87.

So obviously, on the one hand Bordeaux and the booming Atlantic coast, and on the other, rural departments and their demographic decline The principle of communicating mugs hardly seems in our favor. However, the figures for the prefectures of Creuse and Haute-Vienne, however, show a fairly low number of transfers to other departments. Six IV licenses have left Haute-Vienne since 2016 and seven have left Creuse since 2018.

The opening to the west and its tourist areas in tension is likely to increase the price of license IV. For a rural department like ours, the licenses have therefore increased in value and are of interest to many operators in Bordeaux, Biarritz, LaRochelle, warns Alain Guillout.

In Haute-Vienne, you have to pay between 3,000 and 5,000 to acquire an IV license. On the other hand, prices can soar in tourist regions. For example, on the Côte-d Azur, for example, it takes 5 to 10 times more, says Alain Guillout. On the Basque coast, licenses can be negotiated for more than 25,000, reports EvelyneGuitard, from the ATC-Immobilier agency in Gironde.

I would like to alert the mayors of the department: so that they pay attention to these licenses in their municipalities. If they let them go then within ten years, we won't have any more

Pascal Pinot ran a small neighborhood bar, the Café de la Poste, in Saint-Vauryen Creuse for ten years. The first few years I pretty much got out of it. And then it declined. There have been deaths. Sometimes a client disappears and four others who no longer come. The Café de la Poste in Saint-Vaury was not taken back. Pascal Pinot found a salaried job in the road relay of the town and suddenly he sold the license IV: I put it on the Bon Coin and the offers were not long. She left for Mimizan Plage for 8,000 euros. Which is well above the Creuse course.

I would like to alert the mayors of the department - they can oppose the transfer of the last IV license to their commune: so that they pay attention to these licenses in their communes. If they let them go then within ten years, we will not have any more. However, these cafes contribute to the social and economic network of rural areas and constitute a major pole of French heritage and tourism development, worries Alain Guillout. In Aubusson, the bar run by Mr. Armand is an authentic neighborhood bar.

A warning cry heard by the mayor of the commune of Aixe-sur-Vienne. René Arnaud is an elected official who is aware of the problem of the disappearance of small businesses in rural areas. If I gave my authorization to the resale of the license IV of the bar, place de l'Eglise, when it closed its doors, conversely, the municipal council bought that of the restaurant Les deux Ponts from David Vignaud when this the latter ceased operations a little over a year ago. If the latter is not yet used for the moment, in case, we can imagine a rental system for the next merchant. And then why not sell him, explains the mayor.

If I let one go to the Bordeaux region and keep the other, it is because acquiring an IV license has a cost for a municipality, he adds. Indeed, the municipal council after deliberation (July 3, 2018) paid 5,000. An investment for the last light does not go out

If you want to have an aperitif, you have to walk to the bistro and leave on foot. So if it's a bit far, we don't go. If we want to smoke, we go to the door. As for the "great way to differentiate" from jerga, well that it opens an alcohol-free bistro in a small countryside town, it will not need to hire staff to serve! ...

A lack of license 4 does not mean the death of a bistro ... just that he has no right to serve alcohol. There are so many other drinks that it is precisely a great way to differentiate and distort other audiences and to make the usual customers discover other drinks than a white currant ...

instead of reducing the number of territorial officials and the amount of costs, we come up with scandalous aberrations with this stupid reform

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