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Les documents d'urbanisme, un outil pour la régulation des conflits d'usage de l'espace agricole périurbain ?

Abstract : Spatial planning is a way to regulate conflicts on land use, especially on peri-urban agricultural areas, in a context of urbanisation pressure. Local planning process is illustrated here by two Rhône- Alpes' city regions. This paper points out raising tensions between local actors and the role that agriculture can play in resolving land use conflicts. At a city region level, spatial planning process represents a public debate arena on development issues, location of strategic economic activities, urban growth. Agriculture becomes an instrument for spatial planning and a means to structure outskirts inter-communal governments. At a communal level, local plans and rules of land use manage neighbourhood and land ownership conflicts.
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Samuel Martin, Nathalie Bertrand, Nicole Rousier. Les documents d'urbanisme, un outil pour la régulation des conflits d'usage de l'espace agricole périurbain ?. Géographie, Économie, Société, Lavoisier, 2006, 8 (3), pp.329-349. ⟨halshs-00125957⟩

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