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FR16_LAU1_Grenoble Territorial Cohesion blueprint_2012

Name of the country France
Sector Regional development
Name of the document (original) ScoT de la région grenobloise (Trièves partenaire)
Name of the document (English) Grenoble Territorial Cohesion blueprint
Administrative level Intercommunal
Type of the document Spatial plan
Year of adoption 2012
Foreseen duration 2012-2030
Comments Related to Alpes sud Isere test area
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) LAU 1
Authority Grenoble
Availability in English No
Legally binding Legally binding
SGI coverage SGEI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description This document is an opportunity for the territory, by developing a cross cutting, integrated approach. This scale is necessary to reach the needs from different municipalities, actors, and sectors.
Major objectives Ensure consistency between urban public policies
Set up the framework for all the public policies within its perimeter (urban planning, housing, transport and mobility, tourism, agriculture, industry, services, environment ...)
Short Summary The Territorial Cohesion blueprint (SCOT) is an urban planning document which targets main spatial planning orientations for the next 15 years. Therefore, it develops an introducing report (diagnosis, environmental assessment, explainations of choices...), a project for sustainable planning, a document for orientations and objectives.
The SCOT must ensure consistency between urban public policies. It defines the balance between protection and development.The SCOT must ensure consistency between urban public policies. It defines the balance between protection and development, and constitutes the framework for all the public policies within its perimeter (urban planning, housing, transport and mobility, tourism, agriculture, industry, services, environment ...)
The Scot will be an obligation form the 31st of December 2016. the municipalities not included in a SCOT won't be allowed to open future urban areas.
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