But attempts in the senate to ensure it will look as before the fire were dropped from the final version

The law has created a new agency with vast and wide-ranging powers to be in charge of coordinating and managing the entire operation. It will also receive all the funds raised by national and international subscriptions; manage all work to the immediate surroundings of the cathedral; establish training programmes for the restorers; implement information programmes to educate the public about the conservation process, and establish a scientific council to advise on the key choices that will have to be made. 

Half of the new agency’s board will be representatives of the French government, but the City of Paris and the Church will also be represented.