Friday, May 29, 2009

Ne Yo Empty Frames Piano Notes

Greater Paris: Who are the new professionals of magic? By Marc Wiel, Planner

town planner Marc Wiel delivers a critical analysis of bias "strategic" the 10 international teams mandated by the Elysee to think the Grand Paris 2030.
While welcoming the intellectual intensity generated by the process, his analysis clearly demonstrates that the only challenge to the urban zoning regulations is not sufficient to absorb the social and functional specialization and territorial segregation Urban underlying it. Facilitated mobility, privileged under the transport plan, is equally responsible. In these circumstances, the deregulation of urban planning code, recommendation echoed by Nicolas Sarkozy, remains a fantasy of architect.
Conversely, according to Marc Wiel, "it becomes necessary to develop tax systems of mobility and locations that play a regulatory role in order to fight against excessive concentration of business and social segregation Habitat. " But "the failure of the institutional system to pool resources to harmonize financial management policies and displacement "feeds the mechanisms of land segregation. Hence the urgent need to reform the governance of metropolitan Paris. A question yet deliberately referred to "indefinitely" by Nicolas Sarkozy.

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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Samples Of Debut Program

Housing Crisis: Senator Philippe Dallier does not consider credible Nicolas Sarkozy's proposal to deregulate the right planning and intermunicipal

A "Indiscreet" from the weekly The Gazette Commons, the proposal of the President of the Republic "deregulate the planning law" is not deemed credible by the Senator-Mayor of Seine-Saint-Denis Philippe Dallier. Resuming on its behalf by the Head of State during his speech on the Greater Paris on 29 April, the recommendation was put forward by the team of architect Jean Nouvel as the remedy to the housing crisis. The argument? The villains Planners managers land law would constrain urban development, not allowing "Archis" express their creative talent (obviously benefactor to house people ...).
Simplistic a shortcut that has not escaped the Senator Philippe Dallier, known for his positions "maverick" on the Greater Paris: "When I heard that it was sufficient to deregulate urban planning law to build 70,000 homes a year in the Ile-de-France, I wanted to m'esclaffer. Until we have a local Habitat of Greater Paris, we will not succeed " , reportedly said Philippe Dallier, who knows his subject well enough to have signed several report on housing policy (the latest was for the implementation of DALO) and another (highly acclaimed) on "the institutional future of the Paris area" .

On the deregulation of urban
In full parliamentary debate on the Grenelle Environment Forum which recasts considerable urban planning code, this control policy leaves puzzled over a planner! On
Philippe Dallier
These remarks, reported by The Gazette , undoubtedly express the disappointment of the Senator and Mayor of Flags-sous-Bois relegated to see the Head of State the issue of governance of the city (at least) after 2012 ( "Our successors will do that ..." the president said of the Republic). Philippe Dallier argues effect for over a year to overhaul the governance of the heart of the city. But institutional solutions he proposes are not found support among elected Ile (see the proposal, rather close to his, the Balladur report on the Greater Paris).

Monday, May 18, 2009

Can Hardly Bend Painful Big Toe

Greater Paris Ile-de-France : ADCF takes the position

Assembly of Communities of France (partner Network of the Institute of Urbanism in Paris) has always been conscious of the need for legislative adjustments to the peculiarities of the "dense zone" of the Ile de France. She called for special treatment of its institutional organization and participated in discussions with several scenarios in 2007 at its congress in Paris.

Recently (March 30), the ADCF invited elected officials and community leaders at the Paris Senate to discuss the prospects of territorial restructuring in metropolitan Paris and share perspectives on developments financial and institutional communities of Ile-de-France.

for a position, after the debate, was adopted by the Board of Directors ADCF May 14, 2009. It formalizes concrete ways of improving the governance of the "heart of the metropolis."