Description of node <http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2070/definition/v0/en>

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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2070/definition/v0/en http://rdf-vocabulary.ddialliance.org/xkos#plainText Urban area: an urban area or a " big urban area " is a set of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by an urban pole of more than 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or an urban units ( outer-urban crown) among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by it.The 2010 zoning of urban areas also distinguishes:- The " average areas ", of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 5 000 to 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.- The " small areas ", collection of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 1 500 to 5 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.Urban area: an urban area or a " big urban area " is a set of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by an urban pole of more than 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or an urban units ( outer-urban crown) among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by it.The 2010 zoning of urban areas also distinguishes:- The " average areas ", of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 5 000 to 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.- The " small areas ", collection of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 1 500 to 5 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.
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http://id.insee.fr/concepts/definition/c2070/definition/v0/en http://eurovoc.europa.eu/schema#noteLiteral <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><p>Urban area: an urban area or a " big urban area " is a set of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by an urban pole of more than 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or an urban units ( outer-urban crown) among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by it.</p><p>The 2010 zoning of urban areas also distinguishes:</p><ul class="list1"><li>The " average areas ", of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 5 000 to 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.</li><li>The " small areas ", collection of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 1 500 to 5 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.</li></ul><p>Urban area: an urban area or a " big urban area " is a set of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by an urban pole of more than 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or an urban units ( outer-urban crown) among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by it.</p><p>The 2010 zoning of urban areas also distinguishes:</p><ul class="list1"><li>The " average areas ", of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 5 000 to 10 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the resident population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.</li><li>The " small areas ", collection of municipalities, all in one block and without enclave, constituted by a pole from 1 500 to 5 000 jobs, and by rural districts or urban units among which at least 40 % of the population having an employment works in the pole or in the municipalities attracted by this one.</li></ul></div>
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