Revival of residential mobility in collective housing: case study of daksi city in constantine
Throughout its history, the city of Constantine has witnessed real dynamics and numerous transformations on the economic, social and spatial scales. As far as the housing stock is concerned, several urban services have also changed during the last twenty years. These dynamics, such as the residential mobility, vary according to both its nature and its growths' rhythm.
Residential mobility, that differs from area to area, has mainly started after the state sold its properties and developed after an open-mindness to the market economy, besides to the contri-bution of many private and public agents in building and housing sectors in addition to the proliferation of property and housing parallel market.
Through this article, we deal the residential mobility, in the collective housing, highlighted by the case study of Daksi City in Constantine.