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Record number 560707
Title Het stedelijk laboratorium als lege huls? Het gevaar van het verzuimen van wetsnormen in een ‘experiment’
Author(s) Karnenbeek, Lilian van; Tan, W.G.Z.
Source In: Meer met meer. - Groningen : Stichting Planologische Discussiedagen - ISBN 9789081921763 - p. 182 - 190.
Event Groningen : Stichting Planologische Discussiedagen - ISBN 9789081921763 Plandag 2019, Antwerp, 2019-05-23/2019-05-23
Department(s) Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning
Land Use Planning
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2019
Keyword(s) citizen participation - urban planning - experiments
Abstract The urban laboratory, with the experiment as a starting point, is currently the buzzword within Dutch area development. The urge to experiment often expresses dissatisfaction with the institutional rigidity of the planning system. Although the experiment can offer more discretionary space,
this is not always desirable because there is a risk that the foundation of existing institutions will be neglected. This article attempts to interpret the experiment and place it within the applicable legal norms in order to be able to analyze the added value of experimenting in area development. Oosterwold in Almere is used as a case study with regard to waste water management. Show the results
that waste water management is more like trial and error than an actual experiment. In addition, it becomes clear that there is a serious danger in the failure to comply with legal norms. This article argues that denying or comparing to established legal norms, and constantly echoing terms without having a clear understanding, entails the danger that the urban laboratory is and remains an empty shell and that the true added value of the experiment is missed.
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