Regulatory urbanism

In an evolving regulatory context, local authorities have to manage both the transfer of regulatory powers to EPCIs and the adaptations of local planning documents to urban projects and to higher regulatory documents.

Tranfer of regulatory powers

The transfer of regulatory powers to the EPCIs will induce very different situations on the national territory. Some intermunicipalities will be competent in regulatory matters but not for authorizations, others will be competent on both dimensions, some competent municipalities will have a POS, others with a PLU, others finally, will be incompetent ...

Communes and intercommunalities in cooperation

The inclusion of the urban project in its regulatory environment is therefore very specific from one site to another and exchanges should be increased between municipalities and inter-municipal to ensure compatibility between project and urban planning bylaw. implementation of operations.
The move to supra-municipal documents also forces communities to implement prospective regulatory documents in order to limit future revisions or modifications that would prove to be too numerous in the event of modifications specific to each project.
Urbanisme réglementaire

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