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Record number 547521
Title Natuur en landschap in de Omgevingswet
Author(s) Kistenkas, F.H.; Nieuwenhuizen, W.; Kamphorst, D.A.; Broekmeyer, M.E.A.
Source Wageningen : Wettelijke Onderzoekstaken Natuur & Milieu (WOt-technical report 133) - 45
Department(s) Public Administration and Policy
Regional Development and Spatial Use
WASS
Biodiversity and Policy
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2018
Abstract In 2021 wordt de nieuwe Omgevingswet ingevoerd. De exacte consequenties voor de praktijk van natuurbescherming zijn nog niet goed te overzien omdat nog niet alle teksten definitief zijn. Daarnaast is het onduidelijk of de stelselherziening van het omgevingsrecht met de Omgevingswet tot betere besluitvorming zal leiden voor de dossiers natuur en landschap. Eén van de redenen is dat er geen landelijk kader is voor integrale afweging. Wel is al duidelijk dat de omzetting van oude naar nieuwe wetgeving niet geheel beleidsneutraal verloopt. Hierdoor wordt bijvoorbeeld de bescherming van het nationaal natuurnetwerk minder sterk.---The new Environment and Planning Act comes into force in 2021. The exact consequences for nature conservation cannot yet be fully ascertained because the relevant documents have not all been completed. In addition, it is not clear whether or not the reform of environmental and planning law under the Environment and Planning Act will lead to better decision making on nature and landscape. One of the reasons for this is that there is no national framework for integrated appraisal. What is clear is that the transition from the old to the new legislation will not be entirely policy neutral. For one thing, the level of protection afforded the national ecological network will be reduced.
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