In this paper the hypothesis is put forward that transdisciplinary knowledge in spatial planning can only be achieved if there is a ¿knowledge broker¿ between the constituent research disciplines and the complex reality of land use. A `knowledge broker¿ is defined as a person that tries to facilitate the flow of different forms of knowledge and know-how contained in interacting parties, to optimise the process of problem solving
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