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Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author), Shaw, D. (author), Kidd, S. (author), McGowan, L. (author), Jay, S. (author), Langeland, O. (author), Samuelson, S. (author), Balz, V. (author), Spaans, M. (author), Janssen, H. (author), Klenke, T. (author), Clausen, A. (author), Koch, B. (author), Abdul-Malak, D. (author), Lorenzo Alonso, A. (author)
report 2014
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Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author), Shaw, D. (author), Kidd, S. (author), McGowan, L. (author), Jay, S. (author), Langeland, O. (author), Samuelson, S. (author), Balz, V. (author), Spaans, M. (author), Janssen, H. (author), Klenke, T. (author), Clausen, A. (author), Koch, B. (author), Abdul-Malak, D. (author), Lorenzo Alonso, A. (author)
report 2014
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Balz, V.E. (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author), Nadin, V. (author)
Regional design is a practice that has in recent decades frequently been applied in spatial planning processes in The Netherlands. The making and use of spatial representations of plausible futures of regions was employed to refine physical implementation strategies and simultaneously, by reaching out for broad, sometimes public, attention, to...
conference paper 2014
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Balz, V.E. (author), Stead, D. (author)
The last decade has witnessed various trends in decentralization of government responsibilities related to spatial planning in the Netherlands and this has resulted in a differing flexibility of the indicative planning frameworks for transport and spatial development. In this article we investigate whether and if so, how revisions of frameworks...
conference paper 2014
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Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author), Shaw, D. (author), Kidd, S. (author), McGowan, L. (author), Jay, S. (author), Langeland, O. (author), Samuelson, S. (author), Balz, V. (author), Spaans, M. (author), Janssen, H. (author), Klenke, T. (author), Clausen, A. (author), Koch, B. (author), Abdul-Malak, D. (author), Lorenzo Alonso, A. (author)
report 2014
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Balz, V.E. (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author)
In European regions, such as the Randstad Holland, emerging patterns of interaction and movement result in increasing spatial fragmentation. This development creates enormous challenges for the governance of territories. Classic forms of government, based upon clear-cut divisions in terms of administrative levels, policy sectors and the public...
conference paper 2012
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