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Les sociétés publiques locales : nouveaux outils à la disposition des collectivités locales pour aménager et développer leur territoire. Application au cas du Mans

Abstract : Public Development Operations can be managed by the local authority or granted to a service provider. On the first case, it ensures the local authorities to keep an apparent control of the process. On the second case, we notice that concessions’ laws haven’t stopped changing for the twenty passed years, influenced by European directives. Currently, it is quiet stabilized. That had brought us to the « in house » case law. The French Parliament adopted in July 2006 a first law that had created the Local fully-Public Companies for Development (French SPLA). This settlement has been generalized to every kind of local concern by another law in May 2010. These companies have a fully public capital. They only work for theirs public shareholders and on their supervisory area. The business purpose is larger than the 2006 one. The public shareholders must exert the same control they would do on their own services. Although it is an attractive settlement, it still presents governance problematics. Through the present work, we have tried to answer all of these questions studying the case of Le Mans and interviewing town and country planning professionals.
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Pierre Lambert. Les sociétés publiques locales : nouveaux outils à la disposition des collectivités locales pour aménager et développer leur territoire. Application au cas du Mans. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2015. ⟨dumas-01340383⟩

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