Elected in 2014, David Lisnard has had incredibly ambitious plans from the very beginning. The Mayor’s agenda includes as priority the cleanliness of the city, civilization and therefore the responsibility of its inhabitants and the total safety on the streets. A rigorous fiscal program has reduced the debt of the city from 45 million to 210 million in just three years, with a steady downward trend. The area Lo Bocca is in intensive growth thanks to the developing of the local infrastructure.
What concerns the recreational open-air activities there has just been created a trail of 26 kilometers from the Croisette, up and down the famous staircase of the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès, along the narrow streets of the old town, the picturesque Canal de la Siagne until majestic Parc de La Croix des Gardes. For beginners there have been developed two distinct paths: one short of 8 km and one of 13 km. Another key theme of David Lisnard is the candidacy of Lérins Islands to UNESCO World Heritage list. Undoubtedly, ongoing interventions attract more investors and property buyers, which makes Cannes an even more privileged destination and real estate market in Cannes even more exclusive.