Les stratégies de recomposition urbaine soutenable des anciens territoires industrialo-urbains : étude du territoire franco-luxembourgeois de la haute vallée de l'Alzette et apports d'exemples européens

Abstract : ln many industrial basins across Europe, the industrial towns and factory-towns have been build up around a production system that managed, developed and animated the territory almost itself. Due to this functioning exclusively dedicated to industry, the decline of a great majority of these urban industrial territories was particularly brutal during the crisis of the 1970s, causing severe consequences on the economic, demographic, social, urban, environmental and landscape levels. This PhD Thesis provides food for thought in regard to the strategic issues of a sustainable urban renewal, as a sum of consistent and correlated actions, intended for revitalize and restructure a deteriorated and/or obsolete urban territory. ln the case that we focuse on former post-industrial urban territories, a sustainable urban redevelopment involves a revitalization of the economic fa bric and requires a coherent reorganization of the territorial functioning; it is notably based on identity and urban potential of many industrial heritages and may appeal to leverages in order to set in motion or catalyze the transition from an obsolete industrial approach to a sustainable urban logic. The analysis of the cross-border urban territory of the upper Alzette valley, in the French-Luxembourgish iron field, is particularly interesting. lts urban redevelopment is mainly determined by the Luxembourgish metropolitan dynamic, which highlights the necessity to operate changes of scale. Moreover, the ambitious mixed urban redevelopment of the Luxembourgish industrial wasteland Belval-West, and also the choice of French public stakeholders to commit to a sustainable approach, are very instructive grounds for observation.
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Lucas del Biondo. Les stratégies de recomposition urbaine soutenable des anciens territoires industrialo-urbains : étude du territoire franco-luxembourgeois de la haute vallée de l'Alzette et apports d'exemples européens. Géographie. Université de Lorraine, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LORR0358⟩. ⟨tel-01751765⟩

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