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Une innovation de l'accession sociale à la propriété pérenne : l'OFS Métropolitain Grenoblois

Abstract : Community Land Trusts (CLT) are non-profit making companies which have the aim of acquiring and to manage grounds, frames or not, in order to carry out residences and to remain owners of the ground by equipping the households with a right in rem on the frame. This dissociation of the property is integrated in a national report which pleads the long-term inefficience of the existing tools of assistance to the social accession with the property. It makes it possible to perennialize the social accession and to make some benefit several households. The French CLT thus fit in a policy of national social accession effective but equipped with limits. They are complex and experimental legal organizations. Several national actors seek to create some on their territories, of which Grenoble-Alpes Métropole. They are added to other actors, or territories, which already launched CLT. The challenge of this project is to understand the history of the French social accession to argue the installation of the CLT in France and more particularly in Grenoble, after having explained their legal framework.
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Mélanie Gonthier. Une innovation de l'accession sociale à la propriété pérenne : l'OFS Métropolitain Grenoblois. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. 2018. ⟨dumas-01842500⟩



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