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Municipal elections 2020: and if we (re) spoke about affordable housing? (France, FPI)

2019-11-05T11:07:38+00:00

Campaign themes are beginning to emerge, and there are several indications that housing construction will probably not be "top of the list": there is a discourse about the need to slow down construction to better bridge equipment delays, to limit the climate impact of the housing sector, to prioritise renovation, to limit major urban projects, [...]

Municipal elections 2020: and if we (re) spoke about affordable housing? (France, FPI)2019-11-05T11:07:38+00:00

Disrupted developers? (France, FPI)

2019-11-19T11:19:04+00:00

The disruption we are talking about is simple: a frustration of users or consumers, because a good or a service is too expensive, too slow or too complicated, which finds its solution in technology. Digital platforms like Uber or Airbnb come from there. All professions can be disrupted, and many will be quickly. In our [...]

Disrupted developers? (France, FPI)2019-11-19T11:19:04+00:00

The risks of excessive regulation (France, FPI)

2019-11-05T11:04:00+00:00

The FPI regularly challenges the excess of regulation that certain local authorities impose on us in PLUs, charters, etc. : materials, parking, thermal performance, accessibility, diversity, reversibility, greening - national regulation becomes less the objective to be achieved than the base from which new requirements can be expressed. The decision maker is not the payer, [...]

The risks of excessive regulation (France, FPI)2019-11-05T11:04:00+00:00

Quality of housing: territorial attractiveness issues? Where is it good to stay for the French? (France, FPI)

2019-11-05T11:03:36+00:00

Qualitel presented this week its barometer on the quality of housing in the presence of Alexandra François-Cuxac: "Quality of housing: territorial attractiveness issues? Where is it good to stay for the French? " 5,000 people were interviewed in rural areas, medium-sized cities and large cities. The perceived quality of housing is higher in small towns [...]

Quality of housing: territorial attractiveness issues? Where is it good to stay for the French? (France, FPI)2019-11-05T11:03:36+00:00

39.6 billion euros (France, FPI)

2019-11-05T11:03:09+00:00

39.6 billion euros This is the amount of housing aid (housing assistance benefits, operating and investment subsidies, tax benefits and tax benefits) distributed in 2018 according to the latest report of the Commission des comptes du logement (the FPI is now a member) published on 30 September 2019 by the Ministry of Ecological and Solidarity [...]

39.6 billion euros (France, FPI)2019-11-05T11:03:09+00:00

Preserve nature and / or preserve our cities? (France, FPI)

2019-11-19T11:19:10+00:00

"The EU has set a target of ‘no net land take’ by 2050, but the government seems mobilised to achieve it well before that date." Reports and working groups are preparing measures, but a circular of 29 July already mobilises the prefects on the subject. It sketches a clear inflection of housing policy, with [...]

Preserve nature and / or preserve our cities? (France, FPI)2019-11-19T11:19:10+00:00

CAPEM – January-June 2019 figures and sales trend for the summer (France, FPI)

2019-11-05T11:01:50+00:00

The first half of 2019 is marked by a significant decline in sales: -21%. The trend is continuing ahead of municipal elections. Reservations always have a high level: + 7%. The supply is still limited with 7.6 months of stock and prices are up 3.5%. The sales rhythms of the summer were particularly good [...]

CAPEM – January-June 2019 figures and sales trend for the summer (France, FPI)2019-11-05T11:01:50+00:00