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Record number 334562
Title Verhandelbare Ontwikkelingsrechten in Limburg. Rechten voor kwaliteit, kwaliteit voor rechten
Author(s) Bruil, D.W.; Backus, G.B.C.; Bavel, M.A.H.J. van; Hamsvoort, C.P.C.M. van der
Source Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 4, Ruimte en economie ) - ISBN 9789052429533 - 61
Department(s) LEI Consumer & behaviour
LEI Consument and Behaviour
LEI Markt en Ketens
LEI Natuurlijke Hulpbronnen
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2004
Keyword(s) regionale ontwikkeling - regionale planning - economische ontwikkeling - recht - landeigenaren - vergunningen - nederland - limburg - regional development - regional planning - economic development - law - landowners - permits - netherlands - limburg
Categories Agricultural Economics (General) / International Development Cooperation
Abstract Dit rapport bevat de resultaten van een studie naar de perspectieven van verhandelbare ontwikkelingsrechten in de provincie Limburg. De basiselementen van het systeem zijn uitgewerkt. Juridische, planologische en economische aspecten van invoering van een systeem van verhandelbare ontwikkelingsrechten zijn onderzocht. Aanbevolen wordt om te komen tot overleg met Regering en Kamer om een expliciete VOR bevoegdheid in de wetgeving op te nemen. This report comprises the results of a study into the perspectives of transferable development rights in the province of Limburg. The basic elements of the system have been elaborated. Legal, planning-related and economic aspects of the introduction of a system of transferable development rights have been researched. Consultations with the government and parliament are recommended in order to incorporate an explicit transferable development rights power into the legislation
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