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Perspectives on citizen participation in spatial planning in Europe \ Imaging the future : geo-visualisation for participatory spatial planning in Europe [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Däne, S. \ Brink, A. van den \ 2007
The intention of this chapter is to shed light on current developments in spatial planning in Europe, particularly the adoption of participatory approaches. It deals with: demands on spatial planning by society and by EU policy and legislation; compa ...
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Imaging the future : geo-visualisation for participatory spatial planning in Europe [Boek]
Brink, A. van den \ Lammeren, R. van \ Velde, R. van de \ Däne, S. \ 2007
The principle of public participation in policy-making and policy implementation features in many European Union directives and policy documents. It is also undeniably connected to the rise of what can be called the European e-society, in which digit ...
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Towards interaction : a case-study on participation and communication in spatial planning [Studentenverslag]
Däne, S. \ 2006
Studieverslag over interactieve planvorming. Met voorbeelden vanuit Dienst Landelijk Gebied (inrichting uiterwaardengebied bij Hurwenen en Rossum); vanuit Alterra en LEI (Belvedere project Wageningse eng)
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Prerequisites for participatory approaches in spatial planning \ Multiple landscape: merging past and present in landscape planning : proceedings : fifth International Workshop on Sustainable Land Use Planning, June 7-9, 2004, Wageningen, The Netherlands [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Däne, S. \ 2004
Recent writings in planning theory support the need for collaborative and interactive approaches in spatial planning. However, in many European countries participation in planning issues is still limited to mere consultation procedures within adminis ...
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