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Vers une définition de l'agglomération messine : problèmes d'aménagement d'une région en crise

Abstract : This thesis deals with problems of agglomeration delimitations and methods of town planning. Statistical definitions of agglomerations are compared in France, U.S.A., Germany and European community : the comparison shows that french definitions have not changed and are therefore now not adapted to the current situation. Approximately 600,000 persons live in Metz and in the surrounding areas, and especially in the steel and iron industry towns. It only takes 20 minutes to drive from one place to another. The lack of unified town-planning gives rise to a new urban organization, revealed by trade and its planning. Urban centre are developing along the motorway which runs from Metz to Thionville. The methods of town planning in Germany are analysed. They could be used as example for Metz and France. Germany develops large urban agglomerations with rational organization, which is the economic strength of regions and the country. Metz and Lorraine region have not solid agglomeration compared with the land saar and his capital saarbrucken, their neighbours. For Metz and Lorraine, it is an heavy problem sooner and later
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Patricia Zander. Vers une définition de l'agglomération messine : problèmes d'aménagement d'une région en crise. Architecture, aménagement de l'espace. Université Paul Verlaine - Metz, 1992. Français. ⟨NNT : 1992METZ008L⟩. ⟨tel-01775961⟩



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