Record nummer 1853129
Titel artikel The task of regional design
Auteur(s) Schrijnen, J.A.M.
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 575 - 601
Annotatie(s) 8 fig
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Trefwoorden (cab) regionale planning / bestuur / regionaal bestuur / besluitvorming / huisvesting / infrastructuur / belangengroepen / participatief management / ruimtelijke ordening / randstad / rotterdam / flevoland / gemeentebestuur / ecologische hoofdstructuur
Rubrieken Stedelijke plannen
Publicatie type Hoofdstuk uit boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In the last but one chapter the author Joost Schrijnen shows the full complexity and stagnations of decision making in Dutch urban and regional planning and design. It starts with a sketch of the contemporary context, the four issues he distinguishes as priorities, the barriers to be conquered. Schrijnen was director of public works in the municipality of Rotterdam, director of mobility in the province of Zuid-Holland and now director of the largest contemporary urban extension in the Netherlands, the one nationally assigned to Almere. That municipality faces a future national public housing task of about 45.000 dwellings. In the mean time he occupies the chair of regional and metropolitan design of the University of Technology in Delft. The chapter largely covers his inaugural speech. The section of the book raises its final question: what is the task of landscape ecology in between other tasks delegated to disciplines determining the quality of Dutch landscape
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