Record nummer 1853083
Titel artikel From green belt to green structure : green areas and urban development strategies in European cities
Auteur(s) Tjallingii, S.P.
Titel Landscape ecology in the Dutch context : nature, town and infrastructure
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ed. T.M. de Jong, J.N.M. Dekker, R. Posthoorn
Auteur(s) Jong, T.M. de ; Dekker, J.N.M.
Uitgever Zeist : KNNV Publishing
Deel(Jaar)Nummer (2007)
Paginering 316 - 330
Annotatie(s) 7 fig
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Trefwoorden (cab) landschapsecologie / ruimtelijke ordening / stadsontwikkeling / stedelijke planning / recreatie in de stad / groene zones / structuurbeleid / stadsparken / grondprijzen / contingent valuation / volksgezondheid
Rubrieken Stadsecologie / Stedelijke plannen
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Tjallingii, one of the founding fathers of the national WLO and the international IALE, was recently involved in the European COSTII project making an inventory of different urban policies on green urban area. His chapter reports some results and developments. Drawing on experiences of European cities, the paper confronts two planning strategies for urban development and green areas. Protective green belt strategies focus on containment of urban growth and protection of the rural countryside, whereas development oriented green structure strategies perceive green areas as a part of urban quality of life and the identity of the urban landscape. Green structure strategies offer a promising network perspective for growing cities. Supported by road and water network systems, green structures create conditions for urban quality and flexibility
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