What is the difference between city-centre and downtown?
- What is the difference between city-centre and downtown?
- What are the problems faced by the suburbs?
- What is the difference between a suburban commune and an agglomeration community?
- What is the difference between urban centralized and suburban in North America?
- What is the difference between affluent suburbs and large developments?
The city–east center the central commune (within its administrative limits) of an agglomeration, it gave birth to it. He is preferable to speak of commune-centera city also including the communes forming the suburbs.
The problems encountered by the suburbs a. The question of controlling urban growth Urbanization in France has taken place, but urban sprawl continues.
In France, suburban municipalities are increasingly grouped together within communities of agglomerations, independent or not of a main city. As far as media representations are concerned, after representing a break with the suburbs, large housing estates have become a symbol of it.
The urban centers in North America are different from those in Europe. North Americans live for more than half of the population in the suburbs in the European sense of the term. In the 1990s, there were 130 million people living in the suburbs.
Often, the well-to-do suburbs are made up of groups of individual houses (e.g. suburban housing in Marcq-en-Baroeul between Lille and Roubaix) but there is nothing systematic, while the areas of large groups are rather dominated by modest socio-professional classes (CSP) (eg.