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La valeur ajoutée de l’intégration du volet Habitat dans le PLUi-H

Abstract : The LHP (Local Habitat Program), housing programming planning document on the inter-communal level, is intended to develop private and social housing by fixing mid-term and long-term goals. Intercommunality becomes the most relevant scale to execute urban planning and housing policy in a coordinate manner thought the elaboration of the inter-communal LUP. In this sense, the ALUR law allowed EPCIs (Public Inter-Municipality Cooperation Establishments) to choose to involve or not the PLH to their programming documents. This change creates a new design for the document but also for the community services. Land development is tackled in a more global approach and allows taking better account of housing. The inter-communal LUP context enhance the housing politic, it centralise it. The new coherence and transversality issues are at the core of the reform. Nevertheless, plenty of questions are to be raised regarding the implementation of such a document, regarding its form and content. The analysis submitted in this memoir will have to be completed with new experiences from municipality communities who have yet to complete their PLUi-H.
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Adeline Caubel. La valeur ajoutée de l’intégration du volet Habitat dans le PLUi-H. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2017. ⟨dumas-01834310⟩



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