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Rennes case study. 9th November 2004. Local objectives to tackle urban sprawl . To set up an urban model of development that protects green and agricultural spaces To promote urban design forms that use less space To valorise agricultural activities located around the urban area

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Rennes case study

9th November 2004


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Local objectives to tackle urban sprawl

  • To set up an urban model of development that protects green and agricultural spaces

  • To promote urban design forms that use less space

  • To valorise agricultural activities located around the urban area

  • To keep a rhythm of building to limit the increasing of housing prices and social segregation


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To set up an urban model of development that protects green and agricultural spaces

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PUBLIC POLICIES

Elaboration of land use plans ( localization of new urbanizations, space uses : economic, housing,…)

Public budget to build land banking (10 M€/year for Rennes)

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 The urban planning agency (AUDIAR), an association funded by local authorities, has in charge the elaboration of spatial planning documents and a function of observation


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To promote urban design forms that use less space and agricultural spaces

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PUBLIC POLICIES

Regulatory measures included in spatial planning documents about density

Public budget to help innovation in housing projects (alternative urban form between collective and individual housing)

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 Conference with elected officials, architects, property developers, to inform about projects implemented in other cities

 Negotiation between mayors and project developers to encourage the production of an « economic » urban design ( technical advice) : using the context of growth to obtain more from private actors


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To valorise agricultural activities located around the urban area______________________________________________________________________

PUBLIC POLICIES

Land banking to propose land exchange in ordre to keep agricultural activities

 Financial help by the Communauté d’agglomération for municipalities that would agree to control their residential development

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 Cooperation with the Chambre d’agriculture in the design of the master plan (institution in charge of the representation of agricultural interests)


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To keep a rythm of building to limit the increase of housing prices and social segregation_________________________________________________________________

PUBLIC POLICIES

Programmation of new dwellings by geographical sectors in the

Programme Local de l’Habitat( 25% of social housing in each project, quantitative objective between new buildings in extensions / in urban regeneration spaces)

 Public budget to finance social housing building ( because of land price)

PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 Negotiation between elected officials and local property developers to control the building of new dwellings and the several types of housing on the city centre

 Negotiation between mayors and local property developers to mix social and private housing


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