New Town (littéralement Ville Nouvelle) désigne le modèle politico-urbain du XXe siècle développé au Royaume-Uni après la Seconde Guerre mondiale.Les New Towns ont été enlevées du contrôle des autorités locales pour être placées sous la supervision de sociétés de développement et d'aménagement. Ces sociétés ont été ensuite démantelées à la faveur des pouvoirs locaux et, en Angleterre, d'une Commission des Villes nouvelles.

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  • New Town (littéralement Ville Nouvelle) désigne le modèle politico-urbain du XXe siècle développé au Royaume-Uni après la Seconde Guerre mondiale.Les New Towns ont été enlevées du contrôle des autorités locales pour être placées sous la supervision de sociétés de développement et d'aménagement. Ces sociétés ont été ensuite démantelées à la faveur des pouvoirs locaux et, en Angleterre, d'une Commission des Villes nouvelles.
  • Below is a list of some of the new towns in the United Kingdom created in the 20th century under the various New Town Acts. Some earlier towns were developed as Garden Cities or overspill estates early in the 20th century. The New Towns proper were planned under the powers of the New Towns Act 1946 and later Acts to disperse population following the Second World War. They were not completely new, but developed around historic cores. Later developments included the Expanded Towns: existing towns which were substantially expanded to accommodate the overspill population from the cities.Designated new towns were removed from local authority control and placed under the supervision of a Development Corporation. These Corporations were later disbanded and their assets split between local authorities and, in England, the Commission for New Towns (now English Partnerships).
  • ニュータウン(英語: new town)とは「新しい街(タウン)」という意味である。その原義は広いが、ここでは都市の過密化への対策として郊外に新たに建設された新しい市街地について述べる。以下の事例はほんの一部で、世界中のさまざまな都市にさまざまな形態のニュータウンがある。「非都市化地域に計画的に建設される都市」全般については計画都市を参照。
  • Le new towns, dette anche "città giardino" (in realtà "figlie" della città giardino), sono sorte in Inghilterra a partire dal 1947 per controllare la crescita preoccupante di Londra. Le new towns inglesi sono ben collegate con la capitale tramite servizi ferroviari ed autostradali provviste di tutti i servizi, dai cinema alle università. Vi vive attualmente circa un milione di persone. Le new town seguono generalmente lo stesso schema urbanistico: al centro si trova un'area amministrativa-commerciale, circondata interamente da quartieri residenziali, separati da parchi e piccole aree agricole caratterizzati da colorate villette a schiera con il tradizionale giardino (da cui il nome; in verità Ebenezer Howard, inventore della "città giardino", intendeva, usando tale termine, qualcosa di più sostanziale e complessivo). Le new towns hanno conosciuto un successo internazionale e il loro modello è stato esportato in tutto il mondo.
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  • New Town (littéralement Ville Nouvelle) désigne le modèle politico-urbain du XXe siècle développé au Royaume-Uni après la Seconde Guerre mondiale.Les New Towns ont été enlevées du contrôle des autorités locales pour être placées sous la supervision de sociétés de développement et d'aménagement. Ces sociétés ont été ensuite démantelées à la faveur des pouvoirs locaux et, en Angleterre, d'une Commission des Villes nouvelles.
  • ニュータウン(英語: new town)とは「新しい街(タウン)」という意味である。その原義は広いが、ここでは都市の過密化への対策として郊外に新たに建設された新しい市街地について述べる。以下の事例はほんの一部で、世界中のさまざまな都市にさまざまな形態のニュータウンがある。「非都市化地域に計画的に建設される都市」全般については計画都市を参照。
  • Below is a list of some of the new towns in the United Kingdom created in the 20th century under the various New Town Acts. Some earlier towns were developed as Garden Cities or overspill estates early in the 20th century. The New Towns proper were planned under the powers of the New Towns Act 1946 and later Acts to disperse population following the Second World War. They were not completely new, but developed around historic cores.
  • Le new towns, dette anche "città giardino" (in realtà "figlie" della città giardino), sono sorte in Inghilterra a partire dal 1947 per controllare la crescita preoccupante di Londra. Le new towns inglesi sono ben collegate con la capitale tramite servizi ferroviari ed autostradali provviste di tutti i servizi, dai cinema alle università. Vi vive attualmente circa un milione di persone.
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  • New Town
  • New towns in the United Kingdom
  • ニュータウン
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