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Analyse du cycle de vie d’un lotissement

Abstract : The housing estate is a planning operation. It developed in a historical, economic and social context characterized by an urbanization described as extensive. This context has changed, today the development suffers from a deficit of available land for the construction of residential buildings and equipment. In this perspective, the housing estate represent land reserves of great interest. Densification is therefore a strong issue to which the latest laws have tried, with more or less success, to respond. The upstream phase of the issuance of the planning permission is a cumbersome phase with several rules to respect, and involving many actors. The notion of environment represents a growing part of these rules to respect. Once the subdivision is authorized, it may be subject to its own rules contained in the regulation and / or the specifications. The latter also raises many problems in view of its contractual nature which has often been diverted in order to include urban planning rules. A housing estate is born, lives and can die. Unlike living species, this last step is not an obligation. This study will focus on the problematic aspects that occur during the life of the housing estate.
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Nelly Stalla. Analyse du cycle de vie d’un lotissement. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02959044⟩



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