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Sun, Wenwen (author)
conference paper 2019
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Geldermans, R.J. (author), Wandl, A. (author), Van den Dobbelsteen, A.A.J.F. (author)
Metropolitan airports are focal points of large amounts of essential resource flows, such as energy, materials, water and food. These flows are predominantly linear, whilst externalising both the negative and positive impacts associated with them. Moreover, qualitative and quantitative understanding regarding the throughput of these flows is...
conference paper 2014
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Ploeger, H.D. (author), De Wolff, H.W. (author)
Once abolished by the French, being a product of feudalism, reintroduced by the Dutch after the downfall of Napoleon’s empire. Heralded by both liberals and socialists after 1900 as a tool for governments to prevent land speculation and to implement spatial policies. A century later despised by many, considered to be a governmental cash cow. The...
conference paper 2014
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Chen, Y. (author), Tu, Q. (author), Su, N. (author)
Event-led regeneration has become part of a deliberate urban policy strategy to position the host cities on the world agenda. Mega events such as the world expo need different facilities and services for an efficient operation of the expo during those three or six months. Most cities stressed exploring city marketing and reimaging effect of...
conference paper 2014
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Van Dooren, E.J.G.C. (author), Willekens, L.A.M. (author)
Urban and regional design are fundamental skills in the field of urban studies. Designing is a complex, personal, creative and open-ended skill. Performing a well-developed skill is mainly an implicit activity. In teaching, however, it is essential to make explicit what to do. Learning a complex skill like designing, is a matter of doing and...
conference paper 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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Read, S.A. (author), Mashayekhi, A. (author), Rocco, Roberto (author)
Europe is going through a great social, economic and environmental period of transition. The changes the EU is currently undergoing have been causing increased awareness about sustainable development, natural resources use and energy efficiency on the agenda at the European level of policy making. However after more than forty years of the...
conference paper 2014
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Hobma, F.A.M. (author)
Transport infrastructure decisions are often contested. To channel infrastructure decision-making, legal procedures have important functions. Legal procedures should (1) lead to a decision within a reasonable time frame, (2) while all relevant interests must have been identified and weighted and (3) affected parties must have had input in the...
conference paper 2014
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Van Nes, A. (author), Ye, Y. (author)
During the last decade, advances in software, spatial analyses methods, and improved capacity of computers have made it possible to quantitatively analyse morphological features of whole cities. This emerging trend of combining geographic information system (GIS) with traditional urban morphology brings some new insights into the evolving logic...
conference paper 2014
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Donoso-gomez, R.E. (author)
conference paper 2014
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Verschuure, G.A. (author)
Appointing the pedestrian crossing on Abbey Road (London, UK) as a listed monument is exemplary for the changing ideas on the preservation of monuments and historic sites in the last decades. This pedestrian crossing was not listed as a monument for its beauty, authenticity or its unique role in architectural history, which are normally criteria...
conference paper 2014
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Read, S.A. (author)
Sustainability sits at the top of the policy agendas of the EU and other governmental bodies. But sustainability is complex and not one thing, it relates to different sectors and multiple systems, and also to different zones, scales, ‘levels’ those systems occupy. Theoretically and practically we are involved with different questions depending...
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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Van Ballegooijen, J. (author), Rocco, Roberto (author)
conference paper 2014
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Van Bueren, E.M. (author), Van Wijk, M. (author), Te Brommelstroet, M. (author)
Due to the growth of cities and airports, regional planning becomes increasingly important in airport regions. As major resource consumers, these regions have to become more sustainable to consolidate their competitive position amongst global cities. In the Amsterdam-Schiphol region, stakeholders are searching for new governance arrangements to...
conference paper 2014
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Louw, E. (author), Korsse, D. (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author)
In 1979 with the Bird Directive, the EU adopted its first nature legislation. Since then various other directives were introduced, which all have an effect on urban development. This papers deals with the effect of the national implementation of the Bird and Habitat Directives in the Netherlands and their effects on urban development in and...
conference paper 2014
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Verschuure, G.A. (author)
Fifteen years have passed since the start of the national project New Dutch Waterline, presented as an illustrative example of a renewed approach of which spatial design was cross linked to heritage, for it described in the Nota Belvedere (Feddes, 1999). From 1815 until 1940 the New Dutch Waterline was one of the major defence lines, both a...
conference paper 2014
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Hoekstra, M.J. (author)
The discipline of urbanism has its own notions; words with specific meanings, which are used by designers, policymakers and laymen to designate the concrete objects in the world around them: the parts of the city and the urban landscape, and their designs. These plans are always accompanied by written explanations of the designers, critical...
conference paper 2013
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Rocco, Roberto (author), Schweitzer, R. (author)
This paper describes governance arrangements in regional spatial planning and water resources management at the regional level from a normative point of view. It discusses the need to integrate spatial planning and resources management in order to deliver socially sustainable integral territorial management. To accomplish this, the Metropolitan...
conference paper 2013
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Waterhout, B. (author), Louw, E. (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author)
This paper draws attention to a case in which Natura 2000 regulation, problematic ecological conditions, governance congestion and the aim to develop large urban projects are to go hand in hand in the soft space of the Markermeer-IJmeer area, a 30 by 25 km lake in the centre of the Netherlands. The key interest is how central regulation is...
conference paper 2013
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