The application of the EC Treaty provisions on the four freedoms set limitations to national competence in the field of horizontal and flanking policies.
The application of the EC rules on competition entails that both Member States and private parties are limited to enact measures with horizontal and flanking policy objectives, but with anti-competitive consequences.
Facing into the church's elevated forecourt between the flanking
towers of the front facade, the doors are hidden from street view.
Structure- This mineralized structure has been identified by new soil geochemistry and traced along 360 feet of strike length.
Looking at comparable Parisian situations, such as the Rue de Rivoli frontage to the Tuileries gardens, or the spacing of the series of compact blocks flanking
the Champs de Mars, he preferred the ways the latter opened up views to the hinterland from the Esplanade as a reference in developing as much permeability as possible at Bercy.
Lille's 1865-84 central railway terminus, itself close to the historic core of the old town and the Grande Place, was a stretch of largely unbuilt land in military ownership -- the overgrown remains of the old fortifications, of which 70ha could readily be made available.
The new theatre and flanking
mediatheque at St Quentin-en-Yvelines, by the Franco-polish architect Stanislas Fiszer, opened to the public late last year.