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Quelle est l’influence du PPRi sur le parcellaire et les constructions à usage d’habitation ? Le cas du val d’Orléans

Abstract : The development of flood risk prevention plans has been undertaken by the State services since 1995 (Barnier law). The PPRi is a cartographic and regulatory document that aims to protect a territory and its population by regulating land use. The delimitation of flood-prone areas is mainly based on reference floods (PHEC) but it is often the subject of debates and questions during its development with local authorities. The adoption of the European "floods" directive in 2007, the improvement in knowledge of issues and hazards, as well as the occurrence of events, led the State services to revise these documents in many areas. After a first inventory of the regulations relating to PPRi and their effects on urban projects, it will be necessary to understand the changes that have occurred between the PPRi adopted in 2001 and that recently approved in 2015. New implications following the revision of the PPRi have arisen on urban projects (both in terms of plot division and possible urban forms). A perspective with the example of the innovative Matra district in Romorantin is mentioned.
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Pauline Devaux. Quelle est l’influence du PPRi sur le parcellaire et les constructions à usage d’habitation ? Le cas du val d’Orléans. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03116077⟩

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