The main objective of this article is to give an overview for an international audience of the results of two acts which were passed the same year, 2007 - the French Enforceable right to housing (Droit au logement opposable, later referred as DALO) Act, and the Catalan Right to Housing Act (Llei catalana del dret a l´habitatge, CRHA). Both acts are good examples of legal innovations regarding land use and housing at the beginning of the 21st Century. The first one established an enforceable right to housing in France for the first time in French history. The second one is the first act regarding the right to housing in Catalan history; it connected land use and housing, establishing inclusionary zoning techniques and promoting social mix.
Mialot, Camille and Ponce, Juli
"Ten Years of the French DALO and the Catalan Right to Housing Act: European Innovation in the Fields of Land Use Planning and Housing,"
Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy: Vol. 2
, Article 7, 101-128.
Available at: https://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/jculp/vol2/iss1/7