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Record number 503799
Title The participating government; Shifting boundaries in collaborative spatial planning of urban regions
Author(s) Westerink, J.; Kempenaar, J.; Lierop, M.J.H.M. van; Groot, Stefan; Valk, A.J.J. van der; Brink, A. van den
Source Environment and Planning C. Government and Policy 35 (2017)1. - ISSN 0263-774X - p. 147 - 168.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0263774X16646770
Department(s) Alterra - Nature and society
Land Use Planning
Landscape Architecture
WASS
WIMEK
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) collaborative planning - planning discourses - participating government - self governance - boundary management
Abstract This article identifies two alternative collaborative spatial planning discourses: a leading government with societal participation and self-governance by societal actors with government participation. It shows how the boundary between the roles of governments and societal actors in collaboration discourses is shifting, but also how both collaborative planning discourses exist alongside each other in two Dutch urban regions: Eindhoven Region and Parkstad Limburg. In both regions, these alternative discourses on role division in collaborative planning are similar, even though Eindhoven is a growing region in which the local and regional governments collaborate intensively with companies, and Parkstad Limburg is a shrinking region that more actively involves citizens. The article concludes with reflections on the need to manage boundaries in collaborative planning.
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