Record nummer 1906947
Titel A territorial impact assessment of territorial cohesion for the Netherlands
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Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency ; [corresponding author David Evers]
Auteur(s) Evers, D. ; Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving
Uitgever The Hague [etc.] : Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Jaar van uitgave cop. 2009
Pagina's 71 p ill
Annotatie(s) Policy Studies
ISBN 9789078645160
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Trefwoorden (cab) ruimtelijke ordening / structuurbeleid / europa / europese unie / territorium / cohesie
Rubrieken Ruimtelijke ordening (algemeen)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In the Lisbon Treaty of the European Union, ‘territorial cohesion’ is going to be adopted as a new objective of the European Union in addition to social and economic cohesion. This means that once this treaty is ratified, the European Commission will be able to propose new legislation to promote territorial cohesion. But what does ‘territorial cohesion’ mean and how can it be interpreted? In our study five potential interpretations of territorial cohesion were identified. These were selected on the basis of an analysis of documents and policy discussions at the European level. In each interpretation, territorial cohesion is viewed as the solution to a particular problem. For each problem, several hypothetical policy options were then formulated, and their consequences for the Netherlands assessed. Overall, the study concludes that in terms of land use, the impacts of territorial cohesion, however interpreted, would be virtually negligible for the Netherlands in the near future. In the long term, territorial cohesion does provide some interesting opportunities.
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