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L'accession à la propriété à Carré de Soie : articulations entre politiques publiques, marché du logement et ménages

Abstract : Home ownership is a wish affirmed by a large number of French households. However, the housing market in France is facing a crisis of expensive housing due to an imbalance between supply and demand in terms of housing, especially in large conurbations where land reserves are becoming increasingly scarce. The construction effort required comes up against the imperative of managing space sparingly. Through the example of the Carré de Soie project, we will first try to understand how public policies have succeeded not only in reconciling the two issues mentioned above, but also in developing a residential offer that stands out on the scale of the Lyon metropolis. From a territory that was mostly fallow at the beginning of the 2000s to a real dynamic housing market, the Carré de Soie has been transformed through negotiations between institutional and private development actors. Therefore, what kind of home-ownership offer has been developed there and what types of households is it aimed at? What types of households are able to buy a property in Carré de Soie? How is this market destined to evolve? These are questions to which this Master’s thesis will try to provide some answers.
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Majury Vellupillai. L'accession à la propriété à Carré de Soie : articulations entre politiques publiques, marché du logement et ménages. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. 2020. ⟨dumas-03281208⟩

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