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The concept of 'laissez-faire', formerly the prerogative of economic and political thought, emerged in urban governance when the public authorities, no longer able to intervene vigorously as in the past, let the new non-institutional actors do what they wanted, intervening as little as possible in the regulation of urban development, even though they were aware of the risks incurred by this liberalisation of the conquest of space, in a context marked by the difficulty of implementing the existing urban planning documents.