This report summarizes an investigation of spatial quality of greenhouse areas in Europe: South Holland (Netherlands), Flanders/Brabant/Antwerp (Belgium), Bretagne/Pays de la Loire (France) and Almería (Spain). Spatial quality is the result of practical, perceived and future value. The four areas were compared and it was investigated if the foreign experiences can be used to improve the spatial quality of Dutch greenhouse areas. It is recommended that a Main Structure of Glasshouse Horticulture be created, in which constraints are formulated regarding the restructuring of the old centres, as well location and size of overflow locations in more distant areas.
|Number of pages||56|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|